© 2012 Jacco

Autumn 4

Yes, I still enjoy shooting film more than I would enjoy working only with digital. But… What I do get tired of sometimes is that we are now near the end of December and I’m still posting Autumn shots. Maybe instead of being 2-3 months behind in schedule, I should just wait until I am a full year behind, so that I can post photos taken in the correct time of year.

Then again, this is not only analog, it is also me having been slow on the updates here.

So, let’s just speed things up. I have about three more Autumn shots, the year still has five days, so let’s just finish this whole autumn business before the new year starts.

Although the weather still looks like autumn over here, the colours of the leaves have long since gone.

In the new year, I will share some winter(y) shots, of one of those rare days that we had something slightly resembling “winter”.

For now, a set of two. This is the cropped photo I sent in for my “autumn” assignment. Sometimes I get so carried away with the process of “improving” a photo that I forget to look back to the original. Did I really improve things in this case? I have my doubts. Next update: the uncropped original.


  1. Posted December 28, 2012 at 05:32 | #

    I like this one, Jacco. It’s just a simple study of trees, and is neat, and I like it.

    And don’t feel bad about the analog delay, heck I am digital now, and is sometimes weeks, a month before I get something up! Maybe you should just go full analog wild, and get a larger format film camera, where you load individual sheets of film… then you could get to them quicker than having to wait until you finish a whole roll 🙂

    Anyway, I look forward to the uncropped version comparison, as well as the onslaught of images to close out the year!

    • Posted December 28, 2012 at 19:49 | #

      “Onslaught of images”, LOL, I like that one!

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