↑Leica M3, Kodak Tri-X 400, and Leica 50mm Summicron Rigid @ f/2.
↑Leica M3, Kodak Portra 400 NC, and Leica 50mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4.
At least, on Prosophos.com.
Inspired by former-student-turned-film-processing-Master, Mark Ewanchuk (he’s even developing colour film at home — check out Mark’s guide for developing colour film).
Having said that, several “errors” were committed in the making of this image:
Still, you can’t help but be amazed at how forgiving, and beautiful, film can be.
A lovely photographic medium for the lovely people in your life.
Eight of my film images have been featured on SteveHuffPhoto.com as part of the Daily Inspiration:
The text and images have been reproduced below.
A big THANK YOU to Steve for once again posting my work on his site!
Last year, I wrote a short article for your site called: The Leica M9… for sports?
This year, I’m still photographing my kids’ sports activities with an M9, but two weeks ago I decided to take my M3 instead.
I did it for a couple of reasons: Firstly, I just like the look of film. Secondly, I thought it would be fun.
Well, 3 rolls of Tri-X 400 later, I ended up with some keepers. Actually, I ended up with a whole bunch of keepers, and I’m sharing a few here.
Peter | Prosophos
Please click on any of the images below and a slideshow will begin.
Continuing my exploration of photographing kids’ sports with 50+ year old Leica M cameras.
And here’s another example from a few days ago.
(please click on the image to view)
↑Leica M3 and Leica 35mm Summilux FLE @ f/2.