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A few more street images taken with the Olympus XA camera, the smallest rangefinder camera ever made. A true pocket camera by all means. Although I have talked about this camera lots of times, I will shortly present some of … Continue reading
Images taken with Leica M7 and Voigtlander Super Wide Heliar 15mm f/4.5 lens, using Kodak TRI-X 400 film. (c)2013 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
A couple of street images shot with the wonderful Kodak TRI-X 400. (Leica M7, Leica Elmar 50mm f/2.8) (Leica M6, Voigtlander Super Wide Heliar 15mm f/4.5) (c)2013 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
A few more images for today’s post from my recently shot Kodak TRI-X roll with the Leica M6 and the Voigtlander Super Wide Heliar 15mm f/4.5 lens. Among them two street photos which although show some distortion (it’s natural with … Continue reading
After my disappointment from the results I got from Ilford XP2 400, the images from the legendary TRI-X 400 came out great. This is by far my favorite film for my 35mm rangefinders. I shot landscapes with it (although its … Continue reading
The title may be a little misleading since I have the Makina 67 for a years now, but its one of the rare times I shot three rolls of films (aka 30 photos) on a single day with this camera, … Continue reading
The Kodak TRI-X 400 enjoys a cult status among film shooters. A classic emulsion with a distinctive grain and wonderful tones. It’s been about four months since my last TRI-X roll and last weekend I decided to use it once … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since I took a night walk with a film camera. Usually when the light falls, the new digital cameras with their extraordinary ISO performance are the tool to choose for available light images, but since … Continue reading
Until recently my arsenal of 50mm lenses included the Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f1.1 and the 1950′s Leica Elmar 50mm f2.8. Despite being an almost 60 years lens, the collapsible Elmar performs flawlessly. When collapsed, it makes the Leica M a … Continue reading