Name: Kodak Portra ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Accurate skin tone, high sharpness Film Review brief Summary Introducing you another essential film manufactured by Kodak and which is quite popular in the market with it’s well known character for natural skin tone and ideal for most lighting conditions. Kodak Portra is another popular stock film in everyone’s fridge including myself. Except Agfa Vista 400, it is the second film that I used extensively for my work. Colour and […]
Country: Myanmar City: Yangon Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Summicron 35mm f2 v1 Film: Fujifilm Superia Premium 400 Circular train and the golden pagode shwedagon brought me to the heart of Myanmar. Yangon is unlike other part of the country, it is quite similar to other South East Asian country having roads packed with vehicles. But their kindness and friendly smile on their faces are the most unforgettable experience and something I felt different from the others. The three hour train ride […]
An alternative for Black and White Film Shooters? I am always so excited whenever there is new film launched in the market, so I picked few rolls of JCH Street Pan 400 out of curiosity. I pre-assumed that this film is just a normal black and white film with high contrast and little details. But after the film was developed by lab. I was happy with the result and decided to try few rolls more. I spoke to the lab […]
Country: Spain City: Seville Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Leica Summicron 35mm f2 v1 Film: Kodak Ektar 100 This is the second city that I have visited in Spain. It is quite different from Barcelona and somehow I like this place more than that. Photos were taken during the first day when I arrived in the city. I quickly grabbed my camera and rushed to Plaza de Espana and the sunset in there was beautiful after that I walked along the […]
City: Hong Kong Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Leica Summicron 35mm f2 IV pre-asph Film: Agfa Vista 400 Shutter alliance photo walk in Central. We went to the event “House of Vans” and took some snapshots around for the skateboarders.
City: Hong Kong Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Leica Summicron 35mm f2 IV pre-a Film: Rollei Vario Chrome at ISO400 Every saturday afternoon I will grab my Film camera and start walking on foot in this vibrant city – Hong Kong. This time, the images were focused in the Wan Chai District. All photos were taken with Rollei Vario Chrome at ISO400
City: Hong Kong Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Leica Summilux 35mm f1.4 FLE ASPH Film: CineStill 800T Tungsten After the heavy rain is always the best time to take your camera out and go for a walk in Hong Kong. City Night Tide is fabulous with different neon lights in the most condensed District – Mong Kok (All images were taken with CineStill 800 Tungsten pushed to ISO2400) For detail of this film, you may refer to CineStill 800T