All images were taken with Nikon analog stuff (F2, FM2) on film through a super crisp and brilliant 2.0 28 mm Nikkor lens mostly, procured from e-bay. A shame people swap such premium glass for wonky DX zooooooms.

Slides are vacuumed into the computer by a Minolta slide scanner that makes noises like a roller compactor in the process but amazingly pumps 39 Mpixels per slide into the computer. With those 5400 dpi you can watch bacteria nibbling off the transparencies.

Digital helperers include a Realviz Stitching Machine for the super wide panoramas and some Photoshop massage.

For your continued comfort and overall convenience, this automatic website, flickriver, sorts my flickr fotos from most interesting to least:

zerega - View my most interesting photos on Flickriver

And while you here, have a look at the flying pigs of Chacaltaya and hallucinogen vastnesses covered by fluorescein coloured lagoons in the Andino discussion groups:

Andino - View this group's most interesting photos on Flickriver

AND ... thanks for all comments, advice, links, wonderful photos that became favourites and the great company with many flickr sponsored beers on the last friday in November.


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August 2006
Minga, München, Munich, Monaco di Baviera
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