I've sent off my Leica M7 to be serviced at Camera Clinic in Melbourne. The shutter curtain is tapering the exposure on 1/1000th (and possibly 1/500th), not to mention the dust that has built up in the rangefinder eyepiece. So I'm without a 35mm lens on a 35mm film camera. I'm using my Nikon FA and the 50mm F1.8 AI-s pancake lens in the meantime, but it's a little awkward. I'm not used to shooting everything with a 50mm lens. Practice I suppose.
But... I have a Rolleiflex again!
The Rolleiflex look is like no other.
Bundy wants food. He always wants food.
A test portrait of my brother on HP5+.
Coffee runs the world.
Hey Macklemore, can we go thrift shopping?
All by my-seeeeelf.
I’m singing in the rain. What a glorious feeling…
I don’t take enough night photos.
Did you win?
Cue Avengers theme song..
Big kids seeing Star Wars.
There are way too many people in film productions now.
I like this shot. Been a bit off with my street photography lately.
Forget if this was Nikon or Voigtlander glass.
Peg a what?
South Bank has been my home the last few weekends for acting class.
Steve the Seagull.
Carolina, my scene partner in acting class.
Bin chicken (aka Ibis).
Rolleiflex 2.8D. This time I won’t sell it.
Doesn’t look very comfortable.
Hap.. hap.. happy.
West End busker.
A tale of four chairs.
50mm street photography is so weird.
Construction site #919,302.
Our mini New York City.
Heading to a different one.
A very cool motorcycle.
Get in line?
Another portrait of Simon.
Apparently Joe’s first film portrait.
That building thing near work.
Evening street photography with a 50mm SLR lens is way different.
Rule of three.
That bridge again.
Simon loading the film so I can demonstrate the developing process.
Block loads of fun.
This building thing.
A another tale of two more bins.
Creepy old theatre costume on display.
Cameraholics camera fair (with Jeremy in the background pointing).
Luke Henery of Violent Soho and film photographer.
I like this.