Gave a quick Rolleiflex tut. for american sprinter Shania Collins. Who knows, she might decide later to change the sprinter shoe for photography. 🙂 You can find a photo with a Tele Rolleiflex in her hand at my Insta page.
The good thing in grabbing the photo bibs a bit earlier than the actual meeting starts, is to get a chance to meet the stars before on the track. I was lucky enough to capture Christian Taylor, the World Ranking leader in men’s Triple Jump, who was posing happily for my Tele Rolleiflex at the Gyulai István Memorial athletic event in Székesfehérvár. His profile can be seen at IAAF official website: Christian Taylor.
A few months ago i was asked for an Interview by Klára Szarka (curator, photo historian), to talk about the Rolleiflex cameras I use, and have in collection. After the interview which was held at the Lab4Art studio near Oktogon, we went out for a quick one hour photowalk to capture some people on the streets of Budapest. I grabbed a Rolleiflex 3.5F loaded with a Kodak Ektar 120 rollfilm. / The interview will be shown as part of an Éva Keleti exhibition this year. /
Had a trip in Oslo this year. I was more than happy to try out my new Tele Rolleiflex at Aker Brygge. The scans came out pretty sharp from the scanner. I used a Rollei RPX 400 Roll film. Quite happy with the results. Let me know what you think.
This Rolleiflex T has been waiting for quite a long for a well deserved refurbishment. It takes so nice and sharp pictures, that i can not just let it to be waisted. It will get a new shiny side panel, a new finding lens, and a new front as well. I will write a post about the complete healing process so if you’re interested how it’s going look back sometimes.