Would you like to test our service?

Sounded like a spam e-mail to be honest. But I replied and indeed, Jonathan replied and asked me if I want to get a free test print from zor.com. Never heard of it before but why not right? I never had a decent Alu-Dibond print and since I’m moving in Oktober I thought this would be the best choice. I also told them that I just do honest reviews especially when sponsored. They agreed.

I’ve really searched my archives. Decided to print a picture from Dublin I took in early 2016. South wall is little path that goes 1km in to the ocean to be honest to the Dublin lighthouse. It was quite stormy weather and I was soaked. But I love this shot!

Upload tool from zor is super easy to use. If you are more advanced you can download their icc profile and prepare the picture for a even more perfect results.

After a week it arrived in the office. They provided a DPD tracking code which I really liked. Packing was incredible good. Never head such a safely packed print. The quality of the print is very good. Sharpness and colours are everything I could ask for. Prices are totally ok! I would always pay a bit more to get a better result and better packaging.

I don’t say any names, but there are a few german printers you probably know from their TV commercials. I cant understand how you can offer a 20€ 120cm x 80cm canvas print. That cannot be good.
As a photographer I want a payable service and I think with zor you are good to got.

Thanks guys, can really recommend your service!

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Leica II (1932)

Some weeks ago somebody offered me this Leica II from 1932. It was in „ok“ shape. But with a little bit of cleaning it turned out well. I wasnt sure if it was in working condition, so i just tried it. This the first roll of film I shot. Really impressed with the image quality! These are really bad scans! I need a better scanner asap! Any recommendations?

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Visit to the Lingekopf (France)

Went to a little field trip to Alsace. 10km behind Colmar is big area where heavy fights took place in world war 1. Between 1914 and 1918 germans fought against french soldiers.
There is a little memorial museum and you can walk through the trenches and the area. Some trenches are maintained some are nearly untouched for 100 years.

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