Thank you David, for trusting me and for giving me the opportunity to have 150kB worth of fame here at chromasia.com! I really appreciate it:)
I'm having a hard time trying to figure out just what my shooting style is. One thing I do know is it's a mood thing that oscillates wildly. During the last couple of days, I've developed a serious crush for vignetting, grain, and distorted perspectives. Again. So when carefully contemplating the alternatives for a guest post at chromasia, I realised I had to get such a shot. Had this opportunity come a week earlier, I'd probably posted something completely different.
Anyway, off I went with the good'ol analogue camera, loaded with slide film, and a bunch of heavy tunes in my ears, scouting central Stockholm for photos to be had. I pretty much knew what I was after and where to get it; I like public places that looks deserted, and I finally ended up in this seemingly empty passage nearby Sergelstorg. So many lines, cold light and nice shadows... I almost lost track of time. Geekish, I know.
I'm posting more cross-processed stuff like this over at smudo.org. Drop by, have a coffee.
Listening to: Meshuggah - Corridor of chameleons. Nodding. Nodding. Mirror lock-up? There should be a neck lock-up facility.