Sunday, April 25, 2010

Redscale-Multiple Exposure-Fisheye -Prague

note all images : © Eni Turkeshi Photography


My last visit to Prague was more interesting i would say;)
Not only because the weather was nice and warm and sunny & not only because spring has bursted so wonderfully in this lovely city.


My most exciting experience this time , was trying redscale film ;)
I think Prague is one of the best places to do this;)
For those of you who do not know redscale film , it is a photographic experiment in which you expose the film in the wrong side (a.k.a the other side that the emulsion is).
For more infos check here:


I was introduced to this beauty by one of my hungarian friends
(check his photos here:
and thank you btw Attila ;)
I was stunned by the crazy colors so decided to try it.


But i thought that taking multiple exposures and using fisheye lens would make this photos even crazier so i did it that way (and once again thanks for your camera Attila;)


Unfortunately something went wrong with the first film so i had only one other redscale film left, but i`m really happy with the colors and results in general;)
Hope you`ll enjoy too;)
Here are some of the photos from my first redscale film ;)
More to come soon;)




Saturday, April 10, 2010

5th. Istanbul tulip festival

tulip carpet:)

Yes i`m not there but i`d like to be for a while just to enjoy this splendid festival;)
I`m posting an old photo of mine here;)

As far as i read from internet , this year 9.300.000 tulips of 82 different types have been planted.
This costed around 750.000 euro.
Since the year 2004 when this festival started 45.475.000 tulips have been planted.

for more infos click here:

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Fragile Spring

fragile spring

note all images : © Eni Turkeshi Photography

That`s how the spring seemed this year to me...
Totally fragile and shelterless.

It was like spring was struggling to find a place for itself through the alcoves of winter and autumn.


Maybe it looks so because the autumn and winter seemed to be so long and interminable.
Maybe because of the bitter taste some part of these seasons left.

I guess this is also the reason that all these seasons still look like compounded.
Traces from the past seasons can be seen and felt everywhere.

All the places look abandoned and bloomed at the same time.
It`s really a strange feeling to see this blend.


I can see & perceive numerous awakenings amongst still lasting hibernations.
But they are still weak somehow.

spring is close

It was the first time for me to experience almost 3 seasons at the same time so i had to document this in photos;)

Spring is close

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