ICH SEH DAS SO. ICH SEH DAS SO.
 

13
Jul
2014

Good-bye ICH SEH DAS SO.

You probably have seen this coming. It is time. It's out of date, it doesn't look all that pretty anymore, and I am losing track of all the spam I've got in the comment-box every day. I am burying this blog here and today, and there will be no more posts on this site. From now until forever you can find my blog and my portfolio page on my website: >>carolinweinkopf.de<<.

So excited I finally did this, and so proud I've done this all by myself. I am still fixing a few bugs, but I love it already. Thank you to all of you for the great support over the past years and I hope to see you >>on the other side<<.



Carolin Weinkopf, Berlin, Skyline
Photo: Carolin Weinkopf

1
Jul
2014

Life Lately - Best Of #19 - #26/52

I skipped these for a few weeks, because I was either so busy I couldn't sit down and properly phrase a few sentences and pick out the best photos, or I was so relaxed that I didn't want to poison it with reflection. Sorry.

The past weeks have been so up and down and good and bad that I can't even remember really, it's all in a blur. Mini-me has been healthy since April (!) and we have been basically sucking up life as much as possible. I worked a bit less after weeks of total exhaustion. I had a solo exhibition at the officewarming party of an NGO in Berlin. We went to >>Lisa<<'s housewarming and my friend K's 30th birthday. I had dinner and loads of wine at Cordobar for a revival of >>#40DAYSOFEATING<< with >>Lisa<< and >>Maria & Sophia<<. We went home to see the grandparents for a few days, splashing around in my mom's green backyard, ran through the zoo chasing baby goats with my dad and little sibblings, had a Chinese dinner with mini-me's greatgrandmother, explored the woods and went to a babtizing in Stuttgart. I turned 30 and had a little party at home. We taught mini-me how to properly cheer at soccer games. The past weekend, we finally bought a second bike, went to the pool and biked over Tempelhofer Feld (thank you Berlin for voting right!).

Also, it's day two >>without mini-me<< and damn! I must admit, it's heaven! I thought I would miss him like crazy, which of course I do... But last night I slept from 12:30 am until 9:30 am! NO interruption, noone jumping on my face or slapping my butt to wake me up. Just me and a snorring N next to me. Heaven. Also, when working yesterday, I had to grin at the clock. It was 4 pm, and no picking up to do! I worked straight until eight, then watched soccer with my friend J (what a game, while I was bored out of my mind, she fell asleep), uninterrupted. It felt like incredible freedom to make dinner when I was hungry, to eat it hot and not to have someone sitting on my lap smearing oliveoil on my new sweater or spreating cottage cheese over the floor.

From day two's perspective I can definately recommend this break. It's not holidays, but it's a little field trip into life before the birth. And that life was amazing. I'm not saying life is not amazing now, it's richer and more fullfilling definately, but also stuffed with annoyment, fatigue and compromises. I wouldn't switch back ever, even if I could, but this little "trip" into the past does give me a boost. I love it. And I'm enjoying it until the very last second. And I might do this more often from now on.

Thanks to mini-me's caretaker for giving me lively updates like this: "He has been chasing mini-pigs since our arrival, ate an excessive dinner and is now fast asleep. Enjoy your time off, because he is well taken care of."

I will.

Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, iPhoneography, Diary, Diaries
All photos: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone (except of the picture of me on the bike, that's taken by Rosie Ubacher)

30
Jun
2014

We ♥ Madrid.

Three weeks ago mini-me and I spent a week in Madrid. To make it a real vacation I left my computer at home and only took one camera battery and one lens.

It all started with a heartattack, because the airport bus got stuck in traffic behind an accident on one of Berlin's busiest road crossings, and it couldn't turn and neither could we get out to catch a taxi. Mentally I had already said good bye to our trip, but we magically made it to the counter when they were just about to close. Spain welcomed us with blue skys and puffy clouds, temperatures were perfect and our hosts could not have been better.

The week was totally easy going, slow and relaxed. All we did was walk around a whole lot, hung out on playgrounds most of the day making Spanish friends, we bought some non-touristy souvenirs, we went to the public pool, to the park and to the Prado Museum. (And we saw Woody Allen in the underground! See pictures below...)

I can't say that we had a very eventful week, but it was wonderful, because my mind was empty, all work and worries were in Berlin, while we just lived day by day in Madrid. The very best thing about it all was spending time with our favourite person >>Lily<<, who was so kind to make room for us (and dinner every night...) in her charming apartment and her lovely roommate, Sophia.

Possibly one of the best trips in a while. ♥

Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Instagram, iPhoneography, Spain, Madrid
All photos: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone (except of the portrait of me, that's taken by Lily!)

29
Jun
2014

Five days.

I had countless discussions about this with friends and strangers, but I personally never doubted that mini-me will be totally fine during his five day stay with his daycare group on a farmstead somewhere near Berlin.

Today I started doubting (but not really). He's leaving tomorrow. And I miss him already. I packed a pair of wings for him. Sigh.

Carolin Weinkopf
Photo: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone

27
Jun
2014

About life.

Carolin Weinkopf
This is my sister and I 30 years ago, taken by my mom or my dad.

I turned 30 this week and must say I actually feel pretty good, possibly even better than ever. Of course there are little downsides as always, some of them are so personal that I don't want to talk about them, but all together life is good. Riding the big three feels like an accomplishment, and I can say that I have reached pretty much all my goals since the big two, though I usually don't phrase or stick to them.

A few weeks ago I found my yearbook from graduation and flipped through it, embaressed by a few things, but when I turned to my page, I grinned: When asked where I see myself in ten years, I answered something like this: "I will live in a beautiful Berlin apartment with a black cat and a wonderful man and will be a photographer or journalist or both."

Funny enough my black cat got interchanged with mini-me (much better choice) and I got that man (since seven years, oh my!) and that apartment and that job. And that's actually so much more than I ever imagined. Having made the decision to try to make a living as a photographer after trial and error as a journalist/journalism student for a few years, I was never sure if I would make it. I am so incredibly grateful to myself for making that choice, and to my friends and strangers for encouraging me to follow that path. I am not making big money, but I can support a modest life with a few extras while I feel I have never sold my soul or gave up my ideals on any job (and I swear I won't in the future). I know so little people who are completely happy with what they do, but I can honestly say I am.

When finding out about my pregnancy and even more in the many sleepless months last year with restless mini-me, sometimes I doubted I could ever be a fulltime photographer again. I felt like my talent had vanished and I couldn't imagine that my energy would ever return. Nine months later I look back on some of the most successful months of my career, some of them sleepless still, but I made it and I'm proud. So many people have warned and annoyed me about the "baby trap" and all I can say is that we live in a very supportive country, and even though things aren't always fair and easy, we should be grateful for all the support we get and use it. Even though it was tempting, N and I didn't use his (or my) parental leave for holidays, but for me to find back into work, to recruit jobs and to invest into the time after. And though there are always stupid people who judge you, who don't book you because you're a mom or don't understand why you prefer not to work on weekends or during holidays, or why you aren't willing to work for free, just forget about them and look for other jobs, and don't judge them, because they don't know better. And when I got to the point where I realized this, it was heaven.

When I was younger I was scared of getting older, but now it feels so much better than I ever imagined. Though I definately weigh a few kilograms more than pre-pregnancy, there are lines and grey hairs showing up already, and I dropped my iPhone into the bathtub on my birthday, I have never been as much in peace with myself as now. It takes something to rise my temper these days and usually when things go wrong I stay cool and am sure that everything will be alright.

And so, cheers to the 30. ♥

Carolin Weinkopf, 30, 3rd decade, birthday
Photo: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone

22
Jun
2014

And yes: I'm alive.

Carolin Weinkopf, fromwhereistand

I started about 15 blogposts over the past five (or so) weeks and never got to posting anything. I took some time off of the daily routines, we spent a week in Spain and just got back from five days of family action and for the first time since I own a laptop I decided to leave it at home while travelling and to just enjoy being away without worrying about work, photo editing or blogging. An all new kind of freedom, though having an iphone these days almost feels like carrying my home office around everywhere. Apart from paid work I rarely ever touch my camera anymore, which still feels weird, but I am so so happy with the iphone results that I actually think one day I won't need my camera anymore, for anything, because there is no advantage to it.

I am tired from a late night flight with toddler and actually a bit hung over today, so this is just a vital sign for the moment and I will catch up on life latelies and a few actual photos during the coming week. Plus I will definately write up on travelling with babies soon, because I truly feel I am pretty much a pro by now and can give valuable advice to other parents.

Until then, have a wonderful week, I will be back shortly.

Carolin Weinkopf, Germany, World Cup
Photos: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone

13
May
2014

Close Up: Lisa Rank.

Two years ago I shot Lisa for Berlin Verlag, just recently I visited her in her new flat in Kreuzberg and did something like a homestory of her - and I even wrote her portrait (something I used to do ALL THE TIME but haven't in what... five years?!).

Lisa's Close Up is the beginning of an ongoing collaboration with the new business platform EDITION F. You can see the published story here (Betacode: Launch2014), find below my personal favourites from this lovely day.

Carolin Weinkopf, Edition F, Lisa Rank, Elisabeth Rank
Carolin Weinkopf, Edition F, Lisa Rank, Elisabeth Rank
Carolin Weinkopf, Edition F, Lisa Rank, Elisabeth Rank
Carolin Weinkopf, Edition F, Lisa Rank, Elisabeth Rank
Carolin Weinkopf, Edition F, Lisa Rank, Elisabeth Rank
Carolin Weinkopf, Edition F, Lisa Rank, Elisabeth Rank
All photos: Carolin Weinkopf for EDITION F

6
May
2014

Life lately. 17+18/52

My days all look the same. I work from early morning to late night, edit, adjust, select. I love the days where I go out and shoot portraits, and that is my main job and income these days. There are no real travel plans on paper, and maybe that's ok. I still hope to make it to Madrid before Lily leaves in July and there is a vague plan to visit Southern Italy and Southwest France this summer, but I feel like I can't book flights or make commitments just yet.

I try to take a week or two off of sitting in front of my laptop this month, but I am not sure that I can. Things cross off my to-do-list too slowly and when I hurry, my clients often take their time.

A big mark yet to cross off is to finally update my website with all the recent work I've done. I feel like I need a bit of empty space in front of me to do so, because I want to do this whole-hearted.

I worry a lot that what I do is not good enough. But actually, these past months have showed me that it doesn't need a big journey or a spectacular event to deliver a good photograph. Maybe we can just take the time and sit still a bit, reflecting on what we really want, before throwing ourselves into the wild again. Mini-me is so grown up already. I just want to be here and watch him. That's all I want for now.

Carolin Weinkopf, Diary, iPhone, Instagram, VSCO, VSCOcam
Carolin Weinkopf, Diary, iPhone, Instagram, VSCO, VSCOcam
Carolin Weinkopf, Diary, iPhone, Instagram, VSCO, VSCOcam
Carolin Weinkopf, Diary, iPhone, Instagram, VSCO, VSCOcam
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Carolin Weinkopf, Diary, iPhone, Instagram, VSCO, VSCOcam
Carolin Weinkopf, Diary, iPhone, Instagram, VSCO, VSCOcam
All photos: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone

22
Apr
2014

Life lately. 16/52

I had a crazy week with lots of shoots and a trip to Dresden and Leipzig included, meaning I slept all by myself, all night, non-interrupted with no toddler sitting on my face when waking up (and that's for a whole night, I swear). It was great, and at the same time I felt very lonely and sad. Being a mom really is quite a weird thing to be honest. I won't go into detail on this today though.

Being away for almost 48 hours, I was attached to my camera and iPhone, snapping photos all day, sucking up all the impressions and using my relative freedom to see and do as much as I could, besides the job I did for a client there. I spammed my instagram followers with photos of the cities, my beautiful airbnb apartment and everything else I saw and found to be interesting (or not). God damn, who thought I would get so excited about such a relatively small trip?! Life changes, every day. Haha.

I have been dipping deep into my harddrives over the course of the week, cleaned up my desktop and folders (part of my procrastination of working on what I really need to work on), found a trillion beautiful yet unpublished photos and plan to post a few things shortly. I am very annoyed my blog seems to only consist of life latelys lately, and my main goal for the weeks to come is to fill it more with actual projects I've shot (and I have!), real camera photography and also a few more text-based posts that have been waiting unfinished in the pipe for months ähm, weeks.

Easter has been very calm, we spent the evenings with friends and good home-cooked food and spent the days in the sunshine not doing much but enjoying being together.

2014 has been a rough one on me and my little family so far and we are trying very hard to convince karma to be on our side again in the future. Never did I realize to value health and relative stability and security as much as I should have. I guess I am just getting old (soon to be 30, oh my!), but things do need to be a bit in order to insure the flow. This might sound quite dramatic and it's not, but a lot of stuff happening around me has kept me worrying for weeks and though there has been tons of relief besides a lot of worries, my heart beats a bit faster these days because I've been stessing over things way too much. Just a reminder for myself to start yoga again (like, next week?), relax and breathe deep. (And sleep. Yes.)

Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone Diaries, Diary, iPhonography
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone Diaries, Diary, iPhonography
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Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone Diaries, Diary, iPhonography
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone Diaries, Diary, iPhonography
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone Diaries, Diary, iPhonography
All photos: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone

16
Apr
2014

Life lately. 15/52

Today it's no words, just pictures.

Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
Carolin Weinkopf, iPhone, Diary, iPhonography, vsco, instagram
All photos: Carolin Weinkopf via iPhone


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