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Cold and Trip

We bought new camera to our collection and it’s Olympus Trip 35 – camera that been created and introduced in 1967. The auto-exposure mechanism is effectively solar-powered! You just need to choose aperture, distance and ISO of your film.

Lens/aperture: 40mm f/2.8-f/22 Zuiko
Shutter Speed:  1/200th or 1/40th of a second and we get a perfect exposure. When the camera’s incapable of making an acceptable exposure, a little red flag shows up in the viewfinder and the shutter locks out.
ASA/ISO:  25, 40, 50, 64, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, and 400. The camera then makes the necessary adjustments for the shutter speed.

Official manual here

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Two wheels – Two feels

You probably already know my passion for motorcycles. This post isn’t one of those posts that tells you how cool and fancy shmancy riding a bike is – you know – the “wild and free” kinda stuff. Although, Marija is smiling in the second photo 🤷🏻‍♂️.

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A part of nature

One came from nature. One cannot be happy and free between artificial nature objects. Eventually, one has to go back to the roots. We need to regain the feeling of being a part of the nature not apart from it.

When sun is here

Don’t forget to appreciate the sun. It feels like a dream when it warms you.

Camera: Lomography Fisheye 2
Film: Kodak Gold 400

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Out of order

In a moment of fear
You dig in your heels
The pills won’t help you now
Once you’re crying

Camera: Zenit 122
Film: Kodak Color Plus 200

xmas tree-when you will be?

these double-exposure/2expo shots are taken with Rollei35T last year when we were visiting Christmas tree in Vilnius. Look how great 2expo works with those Xmas tree lights! 

Marijus is just about going to eat something from the market around.
Ohhh happy family!
Red cheeks and noses!

Airports & Airplanes

A few shots I took when I went to the States through Berlin. Strange things happen when you’re up in the sky for more than 12 hours.

Camera: Rollei 35T
Film: Ilford XP2

Just a heads up!
Reaction when you get to fly onboard a double deck airplane
That’s our ride!

water-camera/2017 summer

I got this funny water film camera from my boy. It is 35mm film camera with flash which, sadly, doesn’t work.

Here are some shots ! The film was already rolled so I don’t know brand or ISO but shots are quite grainy.

Migle and her hot bikini
my beautiful friend Migle 
I like my boy a lot 
Marijus showed me this place
Two of us 

Sunshine

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine
You make me happy when skies are gray

Johnny Cash

Film: Kodak ColorPlus (dipped in alcohol)
Camera: Rollei 35T

new home

My very close friend Domantas had just moved in to a new place so we bought plants to his new crib. Domantas is a blossom in my life.

camera: rollei35T
film: fujifilm superia 400

I like people who dream or talk to themselves interminably; I like them, for they are double. They are here and elsewhere.
A. Camus

Autumn is here

It’s that time of the year again. Falling leaves, the smell, the breeze.

Camera: FujiFilm ZoomDate 125s
Film: Ilford FP4+

kids & willow

with Renata we found this willow in front of the prison. we danced, talked, played and braided hair with it. and once she said that she even hears how willow whispers and calls us. 

Marijus is dreamy but especially when it is about cars. We went to the market to search for one but I found beautiful willow instead. 

Throwback to summer

Our balcony is a special place. We spend a lot of time during the summer.
This film was dipped in screen wash with ethanol. The fluid itself was green so it added a nice green filter.

Film: Kodak ColorPlus
Camera: Rollei 35T

Cocktail film

Together with Marijus we made this little experiment with our colour films – before taking it to photolab to develop, we soaked films in chosen liquids. 

I mixed rum (alcohol), blue syrup, orange juice. I let my film drink it for a day or two and then put it in a glass of water for one day. Then my film dried on the radiator for more than a week. In a dark room, I rolled my film to a new and empty film roll because the original one was sticky and sugary.

film: fujifilm 
camera: fujifilm zoomdate 125s

Changing perspective

Film: Ilford FP4+
Camera: FujiFilm ZoomDate 125s

It just sometimes happen that you have to change perspective of things.

September_ends

September ended with Zenit11 camera mixed with Pentacon 1,8/50 lenses. We spent our time at the Marijus place. Here are some shots. I always use Zenit with Helios lenses but this time I took another chance.

film: agfa vista plus 400
camera: zenit 11, pentacon 1,8/50 lenses

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Autumn vibes

Nothing special going on. Just Lithuanian autumn vibes.

Potatofest

It’s my first time shooting this camera. The images came out really good! It’s sad though that the lcd screen is broken so I can’t set a proper date.

sk8ersz

It waaaaas about May and we both had free time to do whatever we wanted.

Camera: Zenit122 
Film: Kodak Ektar 100
He was a boy, she was a girl
Can I make it any more obvious?
Oh and beautiful TT which is gone now. 
A girl. 
And a boy. 
He's just a boy and I'm just a girl
Can I make it any more obvious?
We are in love, haven't you heard
How we rock each other's world?

Lost Souls

We all look for a way to save ourselves from the harsh reality. Each of us find different ways to do that. For me – one way is music.

Fisheyes

 Last July week was spent in a forest. We had 4 cameras, food, lake, tent, books and each other. 

Fishes around legs, biting and following you.

These are taken with Lomo Fisheye 2 that we bought recently. We took these Bulb photographs of each other:

Marijus took it but later on we talked that it needed more light. 
I took Marijus but it also could be with more light.

We had Christmas lights and flash+bulb combination here worked good:

Rave in forest.

This is were we had breakfasts, lunches and dinners:

Then we had some swimmers-guests who loved spending time and playing in the water just like we did.

I follow you

I, I follow, I follow you
Deep sea baby, I follow you
I, I follow, I follow you
Dark doom honey, I follow you

Lykke Li

Following Maria in Amsterdam
Just some plant

I like following Maria. I like taking pictures of her. Maria likes all kinds of plants. I like taking pictures of her watching blossoming plants. 

I think Maria looks nice between plants. She talks to them.

Some other plants
Tram in Amsterdam. At first I thought that it was out of focus but then realised it is even better this way.

I like to follow Maria in trams and trains. She wanders through the window into the nature and people.

On a train to the beach near Amsterdam. Morning coffee.
In Amsterdam’s zoo

I also have to follow her instructions. Even though at that time I might not look like I am enjoying that, but – I like following her. She looks happy while taking photos of me.

Different sides
On our way to party @ Open’er 2018

Motorcycles and rocks

Camera: Lomo Fisheye 2 (click to see how it looks like)
Film: 35mm, Kodak Gold 200

At the end of the July, we started our voyage toward Prague. We have also visited Teplice rocks, spent time in Katowice, walked through Prague and with our way back – rested in a big traffic, slept in creepy camping and had some unexpected motorcycle issues!

It was pretty hard to take this pic because the camera is light and the wind is a speedway is quite big.

When I am not sleeping or reading I see this view all the time!

Katowice and saying goodbye to one guy who made this road with us.

Teplice rocks:

Traffic hit me

Amsterdam

June ended with great World Cup matches in Amsterdam. We went there to see and finally hear Jack White. Amsterdam was cute, wheeled, warm, tasty and floral.

I took Rollei35T with Kodak Color Plus.

Žmonės sakė, kad mums labai pasisekė – taip šilta Amstery nebūna. Prabuvę keturias dienas ten ir grįžę Lietuvon ir pasakoję, kaip sekėsi, tik pokalbio gale prisimindavom, kad važiavom ten ne miesto aplankyt, o Jacko pamatyt.

A little throwback

Some time ago, probably around 2016, I took these photos on an evening ride with my friends. I can’t recall if it was really Kodak Gold film, but probably.

A self-portairt on my motorcycle’s mirror

 

David with his old Suzuki

Oh, c’mooon!

It’s funny. I went through my recent scans and figured that I took photo of my friends when their faces were like – “Oh, c’mooon!”. So a little compilation from me on funny faces 🙂

I believe, that Martynas said “What the..?” after I took this photo.

Tomas doesn’t like the idea of going up high hills.

Deividas can’t understand what are those women looking at.

Going full-power!

There are times in life when you have to go full power! I guess this photo represents how it looks like. ?

One of my earlier analog photographs. I can’t remember what film I used for it but it was taken with my beloved Zenit-E camera.