As I mentioned yesterday, I'm working on a Wordpress plugin to show the "massive dev chart" data on a wordpress website using the Gutenberg editor.

If you're interested, a first beta version is available on my site:

gerhardhoogterp.nl/massive-dev

Enjoy!

In my daily life I'm an IT guy, especially webdesign and while this got a bit on the back-burner these days, I still develope sites and plugins for WordPress.
Combined with the recent restart of my film developing hobby and the idea that it was time to learn how to deal with Gutenberg blocks, I've spend the last few days some time to develop my first "block" which shows the info from a "Massive Dev Chart' recipe on my site.

Let's throw one in for the photofail
This is what happens using an very wide angle lens and a suncap (36mm on medium format RB67)

And after this, enough mushrooms for this year.. Around here it more of the same. Time for the trees to color so I can focus on those beautiful autumncolors

gerhardhoogterp.nl/2019/10/27/

And before i forget, two more images with Ilford panf plus 50. I'm still a bit struggling with the dof on a medium format camera (RB67) but the result is presentable..;-)
The second image can be found at gerhardhoogterp.nl/2019/10/22/


A few hours in two nature reserves with a bunch of mushroom photo's as result. Here's one, the rest can be found at gerhardhoogterp.nl/2019/10/23/

And now for something completely different...
As I had to get up early this morning (4am) to get my family to the train, I couldn't resist the temptation to try some night-photography afterwards.
Just one result.

A rainy day in Enschede. But even then there are nice shots to be made.
The whole series (oh well, 3 images for now) you can find here: gerhardhoogterp.nl/2019/10/12/

Yesterday was a beautyful day for photography. Especially closeups of mushrooms and flowers.
For the whole series follow the link..;)
gerhardhoogterp.nl/2019/10/06/

It had been some time that I saw an interesting sky out of my window, but today I got one.. Nice sunset on a day which weatherwise didn't know what it wanted..

This weekend, for the first time since a long, long time, I've been developing my own film.

The last time being some 22 years ago. Anyhow, the image were shot on kodak tmax 400, using my RB67 and developed with Rodinal. And for a first try in such a long time, I'm fairly happy.

The other images you can find at gerhardhoogterp.nl/2019/09/29/

Comments are more than welcome!

Continuing on my zine quest I've created a first Photography zine: "People, doing everyday things"

gerhardhoogterp.nl/zine1

The content is viewable on the site and a printed version can be found on etsy, comments are more than welcome as this is a first try...

So if you want to give a zine a go too, it’s to be found here for your booklet induced emergencies. Enjoy! I'm off to step two: Learning Scribus for designing the booklet.

gerhardhoogterp.nl/printbookle

Bees aside, there was an other plant with flowers too.. Thisone is my summer wallpaper voor the time being. I personally love the colors...

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