@Yodamanu's street photo blog. All photos shot by me unless specified otherwise. Le blog de @Yodamanu. Street photo et tests de matériel.
Untitled, Strasbourg, February 2014.

Untitled, Strasbourg, February 2014.

London Reflection IV, January 2014.

London Reflection IV, January 2014.

Misty Me, the last of my 2 days trip in London, January 2014.

Misty Me, the last of my 2 days trip in London, January 2014.

Queen Mum, London, January 2014.

Queen Mum, London, January 2014.

Hoody London, January 2014.

Hoody London, January 2014.

Apple Market, London, January 2014.

Apple Market, London, January 2014.

Out of the blue II, Strasbourg January 2014.

Out of the blue II, Strasbourg January 2014.

Out of the Blue, Strasbourg, January 2014. Leica M6, Nokton 35mm F1.4 SC, Fuji 800z. Out of the can.

Out of the Blue, Strasbourg, January 2014. Leica M6, Nokton 35mm F1.4 SC, Fuji 800z. Out of the can.

Untitled, Strasbourg, January 2014. Leica M6, Nokton 35mm f1.4 SC, Fujifilm 800Z.
My first analog reflection, shot with my Leica M6, the Nokton 35mm f1.4 SC (prone to flare as you can see on the lower left side) and one of my last 5 rolls of Fuji 800Z, a great allrounder- a bit on the grainy side but very capable.
You’ll let me know what you think of it, but I find the result even sharper than one of the reflections shot with a M9. And it’s not due to the lens or the aperture: I didn’t change the way I shoot. At least f4 and 1/90 as long as I have enough light.
Anyway it’s great to see that film can handle the topic this well. It’s also a great reminder that a good film/lens combo yields great results and sometimes save you much time in editing. The colors were spot right after the scan so I didn’t have to edit the pic much. I just cropped a bit on the left.
More to come!

Untitled, Strasbourg, January 2014. Leica M6, Nokton 35mm f1.4 SC, Fujifilm 800Z.

My first analog reflection, shot with my Leica M6, the Nokton 35mm f1.4 SC (prone to flare as you can see on the lower left side) and one of my last 5 rolls of Fuji 800Z, a great allrounder- a bit on the grainy side but very capable.

You’ll let me know what you think of it, but I find the result even sharper than one of the reflections shot with a M9. And it’s not due to the lens or the aperture: I didn’t change the way I shoot. At least f4 and 1/90 as long as I have enough light.

Anyway it’s great to see that film can handle the topic this well. It’s also a great reminder that a good film/lens combo yields great results and sometimes save you much time in editing. The colors were spot right after the scan so I didn’t have to edit the pic much. I just cropped a bit on the left.

More to come!

La Main du Diable, Strasbourg 2014. Shot of the movie The Devil’s Hand by Maurice Tourneur (1942).

La Main du Diable, Strasbourg 2014. Shot of the movie The Devil’s Hand by Maurice Tourneur (1942).

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Fog II, same night, same setting but a bit wider and in b&w (due to popular demand).
By the way, this shot is proof that there’s no way you can’t do proper night photography with a Summarit M 35mm f2.5. The cheaper 35mm you can get in the Leica line-up and one of the most despised Leica lens. Go figure. :-)

 

Just a reblog to thank Lensblr and to wish them a swift recovery from that nasty 502 Bad Gateway plaguing the site. You guys are the only bloggers I know capable of screening and rebloguing stuff while your large parts of your mainsite are down.

lensblr-network:

yodamanu:

Fog II, same night, same setting but a bit wider and in b&w (due to popular demand).

By the way, this shot is proof that there’s no way you can’t do proper night photography with a Summarit M 35mm f2.5. The cheaper 35mm you can get in the Leica line-up and one of the most despised Leica lens. Go figure. :-)

 

Just a reblog to thank Lensblr and to wish them a swift recovery from that nasty 502 Bad Gateway plaguing the site. You guys are the only bloggers I know capable of screening and rebloguing stuff while your large parts of your mainsite are down.

A few of the 20+ Instax me and mrs took in London. I wanted to see how they scan and I think it’s great. It opens up a lot of possibilities as I realize they could even be scanned before going for an enlargement and a bigger print. After all, the credit card sized instax prints are true medium format (sort of).
Can’t wait to put my hands on an Instax Mini 90 but I must say that the Instax Mini 50s is a great tool. If you love instant photography AND are ready to shoot for 2 dollars the click, it’s the most fun you can have. And it’s a great exercise, the format and the limits of the body force you to shoot differently.
It’s the same as Instagram/hipstamatic, but with a hefty price, will you say. But if you think so it just means you never experienced the magic of a photo developing before your eyes.  

A few of the 20+ Instax me and mrs took in London. I wanted to see how they scan and I think it’s great. It opens up a lot of possibilities as I realize they could even be scanned before going for an enlargement and a bigger print. After all, the credit card sized instax prints are true medium format (sort of).

Can’t wait to put my hands on an Instax Mini 90 but I must say that the Instax Mini 50s is a great tool. If you love instant photography AND are ready to shoot for 2 dollars the click, it’s the most fun you can have. And it’s a great exercise, the format and the limits of the body force you to shoot differently.

It’s the same as Instagram/hipstamatic, but with a hefty price, will you say. But if you think so it just means you never experienced the magic of a photo developing before your eyes.  

Fog II, same night, same setting but a bit wider and in b&w (due to popular demand).
By the way, this shot is proof that there’s no way you can’t do proper night photography with a Summarit M 35mm f2.5. The cheaper 35mm you can get in the Leica line-up and one of the most despised Leica lens. Go figure. :-)

Fog II, same night, same setting but a bit wider and in b&w (due to popular demand).

By the way, this shot is proof that there’s no way you can’t do proper night photography with a Summarit M 35mm f2.5. The cheaper 35mm you can get in the Leica line-up and one of the most despised Leica lens. Go figure. :-)

Untitled, Strasbourg, September 2013.

Untitled, Strasbourg, September 2013.

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