Mixed GOT // City guide

I have often thought about doing a city guide of Gothenburg, inspired by early VSCO and the city guides they posted on their blog. But for me it will be sort of a city guide made on film. Film because I enjoy that experience more than digital (also the results). My beautiful black Hasselblad 500CM with Portra 400 and Leica M7 with Tri-X, is the intended gear I will use (all 50mm equivalent). I haven't really come around to do so many places yet, but I see this as a long term project, that I will pick up again during the spring/summer.

First place out is Magasinsgatan. It has more alternative side compared to the main shopping streets. Here you'll find the best coffee, food trucks, interior/clothing stores. I both love the look and feel of this place. It makes me feel like I'm not really in Sweden. And that's actually a good thing! More on that some other time... 

I hope you enjoy our beautiful Gothenburg and I hope to see some of you amazing photographers do the same for your city!

 

Hasselblad 501CM // Portra 400 & Tri-X // Scans by Carmencita Film Lab

 

 

Summer Tri-X journal

Last summer I did an everyday photo project, using my Leica M7 and Tri-X film only. It was very rewarding and I will do it again this year. This was inspired by Johnny Patience and his amazing 365 project. Maybe one day I’ll do an entire year, but I’m not there yet. It feels like a very personal project to me, but I will post a series of images on my Instagram starting today. Sounds great, right? Check it out here: https://www.instagram.com/niklasanderssonphoto/

 
 

Winter Spotlight over at Rebecca Lily presets

I’m all for using presets in Lightroom when editing my digital photography. I use it all the time to get the look that I want. And I find that the presets from Rebecca Lily work the best. I also have VSCO and Mastin Labs but I can’t seem to get them to work as good as Lily’s.

Right now over at her website is a blog post that spotlights some of the work from all over the world, using the presets. I’m really honored to be a part of this for a second time :) Seeing my image next the for example Chris Ozer’s is somewhat surreal. One of the b e s t :) Have a look here! (No ad).