This weekend I was out and about in Malmö again with my camera. I was there to take part in a photowalk put on by a Facebook group for local photographers that I'm part of. At first we took in an interesting exhibition by the Swedish photographer Johan Larsson (http://mudride.com/blogg/), whose photos are multi-exposure shots done with Holga and Diana cameras, which is very far from what I do with my photos. I definitely enjoyed his works and it makes me want to pick up a Holga and try some analog work!
After that we walked in the iffy weather (we had a mixture of rain, sunshine and winds, lots of winds) to the center of town for some regular street photography, and it was a lot easier to do than in the middle of winter when there are few people out. This Saturday afternoon the streets were full of people who ended up on my memory card, as well as those of the others in the Facebook group.
It felt very good to be out and about taking pictures in the streets and I landed surprisingly many keepers for how it felt when I took the actual photos. As usual I've done my processing in Lightroom 3, and it's pretty much only cropping and adjusting the light and colors.