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.
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.