Adam Roe Photography

Black and White Photography, digital and analog. Tips, Reviews, and Photography in Berlin.

Intro to Film Developing in the Darkroom August 7th

Intro to Film Developing in the Darkroom August 7th

Time for the next workshop! On Thursday, August 7th at 13:00 there will be a “Intro to the Darkroom” workshop: bring a roll of exposed black and white film, and we will develop it together in the workshop. After developing, we will make contact prints of the negatives – sticking your toes into the world of analog printing, too.

All workshops are held at StattLab @ StattBad Wedding, Gerichtstr.…

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Intro to Analog Photography: July 2nd at 13.00 @ StattLab Wedding!

Intro to Analog Photography: July 2nd at 13.00 @ StattLab Wedding!

Strolling towards the Velodrom in Friedrichshain during a workshop

Strolling towards the Velodrom in Friedrichshain during a workshop

We are happy to announce the first introduction to black and white analog film photography workshop at our new home at StattLab Wedding, taking place on July 2nd, 2014! The beginning of every month will bring an intro workshop – but that’s no excuse to put it off.

The workshop will begin at 13:00, giving us enough time and…

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Angela Merkel Recieves Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic

Angela Merkel Recieves Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was received with military honors by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the German Federal Chancellery in Berlin on June 11th, 2014. Afterwards the two gave a joint press conference.

Angela Merkel and Aleksandar Vucic have chat at the reception.

Angela Merkel and Aleksandar Vucic have chat at the reception.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic during the press conference.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic during the press conference.

Angela Merkel during the press conference.

Angela Merkel during the press conference.

"Man, that guy is tall".

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Irakli Garibashvili, the Prime Minister of Georgia, visits Berlin

Irakli Garibashvili, the Prime Minister of Georgia, visits Berlin

The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili, came to Berlin for a whirlwind 24 hour visit on 2 June 2014. German Chancellor Angela Merkel received him with military honors at the Federal Chancellory. They went off to talk, and then gave a press conference. A few hours later, Garibashvili met the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier at the Bode Museum on Museum Island. The…

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Merkel, Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova…

Merkel, Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova…

German Chancellor Angela Merkel received the Prime Ministers of the the Ukraine (Arseniy Yatsenyuk), Georgia (Irakli Garibashvili), and Moldova (Iurie Leanca) this evening in Berlin.  Though the excuse was an award, the press conference was about the EU’s policies looking eastwards and the role Germany plays there, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the EU’s major eastward expansion in…

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Workshops moving to StattLab Wedding on 1 June!

Workshops moving to StattLab Wedding on 1 June!

Big news for the Analog Photography Berlin community: on 1 June, the workshops will be moving to the renovated StattLAB Wedding, in the building of StattBad.

The process has been going on for some months now, and the move is nearly complete. This grew out of many students asking where they can keep printing after they have learned a bit of analog photography. And now I can answer: in the darkroom…

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Deep Afternoon sun in Prague

Deep Afternoon sun in Prague

I had the chance to spend a few days in Prague earlier this month with two of my favorite people. I travel light photographically – often just with my Fuji X100. Especially when I can take the train (ah, internally borderless Europe), I always bring a film camera or two along. Even taking my 4×5″ is a lighter load than the three or four lenses and two or three cameras (and computer) I carry every…

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Amnesty International presents the Stop Torture Campaign

Amnesty International presents the Stop Torture Campaign

Amnesty International launches their Stop Torture campaign worldwide, including at a press conference in Berlin on 12 May 2014. The Secretary General of Amnesty International in Germany, Selmin Caliskan, discussed the legal and political effects of torture. She pointed out in particular that torture is still common in many countries which have signed the United Nations Convention against Torture…

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Oromo Students Killed and Tortured in Ethiopia - Protest in Berlin

Oromo Students Killed and Tortured in Ethiopia – Protest in Berlin

A demonstration is held in front of the German Parliament against the recent killing of students in Ethopia by government security forces, who have been protesting the planned expansion of Addis Abeba into the sorrounding Oromo region. This protest on 9 May 2014 in Berlin, Germany, is part of a day of worldwide demonstrations by members of the Oromo community and their supporters, including human…

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