- Bruxelles Art Vue Street Photography Book
- Coronart Book
In the first months of 2020 I decided to quit working for television and focus on my work as an artist.
One year of a pandemic and another terrible event later I am holding a book in my hands that features one of my works.
This is quite a lot for a guy who failed at school miserably and I’m glad I was able to tell my mom about this.
- Night photography with a Rolleiflex
A couple of weeks ago I stumbled across an old Rolleiflex MX. Well, to be honest: I checked eBay almost every night trying to find a decent medium format camera because I’m addicted to all kinds of gear and I love the image quality you are able to produce with 120 film.
After I shot a test roll and everything seemed fine technically it was time to take a tripod and a shutter release cable with me and go out at night.
Luckily we had a couple days with beautiful weather but at night it was still freezing cold. The sky was starlit so the white stripes you can see in the pictures are actual stars moving because the most pictures are shot between 2 and 4 mins. I shot a roll of Fujifilm pro400h and two frames of Portra I had left and these pictures are some of the highlights. When I came back home I had one frame left which I used for a doggo portrait.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures and I think some of them will be available as prints soon.
- Print Shop open!
I’m really excited to announce the launch of my own print shop. Besides the limited editions at www.kunst100.com you’re able to shop open editions of my works on this page. Right now all prints are 20x30cm but feel free to request other formats via email to mail(at)sebsteimel.com
All prints are on Hahnemühle paper and signed. Shipping to Germany is 3,50€, rest of the world 7,00€.
- Art Hole Magazine #7
I’m really proud to have one of my images from my Crime Scenes series featured in Art Hole Magazine #7.
Today some copies arrived. Make sure to get yours at: https://arthole.bigcartel.com/product/art-hole-7
- Interview for Lomography Magazine
As Lomography CN 400 is one of my favorite film stocks I’m really stoked that the German Lomography page asked me for an Interview.
If you’d like to know more about my photography and me click here to find the Interview in German language on the Lomography website. I’ll try to translate and upload it to the blog in the next couple days.