I just developed a few more rolls of film, one of them being a beautiful roll of Cinestill 800 T (which I think looks absolutely amazing, even though it is suuuuuuper grainy pushed 2 Stops)! These first images were all shot on my Leica M6, which I am following in love with more and more with each time I use it. It's just the perfect camera to travel with and to take out to the streets. It's discreet but powerful, simple but trusty!
Here is part two of the photos shot between February and April on the Leica M6. This time it's two different films - Portra 400 rated at 400 and 800 ASA and Cinestill 800t rated at 3200 ASA. Read more
I finally got around to scanning quite a few rolls of film I shot between February and April. These photos were all taken on my Leica M6 with 50mm Summicron using Kodak's Portra 400 film rated at 400, 800 or 1600. I bought this camera in Milan in a store called "New old camera" at the end of January. These are the first rolls of film I shot on this specific camera.