About author


Photographer with a strong liking for the technique of lith printing. Lives and works in Nuremberg, Germany.

Fellow of the anaLoge and thereby a strong believer that combining our talent and knowledge is key to reaching higher.

One of the people running the K4 Photo Lab for the City of Nuremberg, a public B&W photography darkroom and a great place for collaboration and discussion about photography or society.

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Author's posts

Winter leaf.

Nuremberg, January 2021. Printed last Friday. The Moersch developer was diluted 35A+35B+5D+1000Water. The paper is very slow and the color of the warm dev soup seems to invade into the whole sheet of paper.

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London, July 2022

Second print from the session last Thursday. Darkroom lith print on Foma Neobrom N2111, Moersch lith chemicals.

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Manhatten Skyline (Lith)

Manhatten skyline, January 2019. 20x24 inch darkroom lith print on Kodak Ektalure. Taken with a Cambo Wide and the Schneider-Kreuznach 58XL lens handheld on 4x5 inch Ilford HP5+.

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Palm Leaf (Lith)

20x24 inch darkroom lith print on Fomabrom 123 from a 35mm neg. Taken with a 35mm lens on Ilford Delta 100.

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Lith Paper Comparison

Two darkroom lith prints done one-after-another on two different papers. At the bottom you see the base color of the papers, the strips have been put into the fix directly taken from the box.

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Paris Collar

Paris, June 2017. Brovira edition of one of my personal favs. Lith print on 12x16 inch Agfa Brovira BEH1 6, Moersch lith chemicals.

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On natural language working titles

The language of photography — there is at least one, perhaps there are many, but let’s assume just one with many variants or dialects — it is so rich, so full of possibilities for narration and poetry, providing understanding, joy and fear and so many other flavored feelings.

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La Torre de la Luz

The moment looking at that scene felt somewhat otherworldy: I got the fresh smell of the sea in my nose, the sky is full of morning light, the wind is blowing.

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Black Winter Light

Darkroom lith print on Fomatone MG 131. Same lens and print params as decribed for the other prints posted before.

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Leaf Structure

Since I made that print in December, that picture has been giving me optimism and delight every time I’m looking at it.

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The Lure of Lith Printing

I discovered about lith printing with the fascinating portraits done by Anton Corbijn. His book “Star Trak” struck me by the look of the pictures.

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I printed this a week ago. I wanted to see some spring light. With autumn around the corner, my kind of light will get scarcer and scarcer in the next couple of months.

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Strong light on an agave - I have to respond to it. It’s one of my favorite objects to photograph, on a par with structures of sand and with palm trees.

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Sometimes I like to play with color. Last year in Austin, Texas, the colors were so bright and stimulating that I loaded some Fuji Provia 100F and tried to get some shots.

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Buena Vista

Buena Vista You know this view from Christian’s earlier pinhole post. It’s the view from one of the windows of the photo lab - taken 2018, when we still resided in the large rooms which currently get renovated.

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Travel with Concept

When I travel - Do the Pictures Qualify as my real Photography? In times of the Corona virus and traveling bans, this may be an odd theme.

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Silence in Pictures

What I really like is when a picture makes you freeze and feel the silence. When I’m looking at such a picture I tend to freeze myself, silently gazing at the picture, being sucked in by its atmosphere.

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Surface and Light

What Makes a Picture? This recent print tells a lot about what drives my photography. More than anything else, I strive to transform my feelings into a picture.

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