Kodak T-Max 400

5 Rural Japan Frames with a Leica M6J, a Summilux 50mm f/1.4 pre-asph., on Kodak T-Max 100 – Steven Bleistein

The Leica Summilux 50mm f/1.4 remained basically unchanged in its second version from 1961 until 2004, after which the aspherical model replaced it. Only the barrel design changed over those years. The optics never did. The old pre-aspherical Summilux is a classic lens that reigned supreme as a fast 50mm lens for decades.

‘Unremarkable Architecture’ – Kicking of a photo project (with Kodak 400 TMAX)

I’ve decided to start a photography project. I’ve had some sort of ill-founded fear of such things for quite some time now, but thanks to a few inspiring words from Rob Knight on ep.85 of the Sunny 16 Podcast I’ve realised many, if not all of the things that’ve stopped me from getting started are frankly nonsense. As such “Unremarkable Architecture” is born.

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