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Leica M6 – On Film Only

Tag: Leica M6

Apr 14, 2020
12 min read

Leica M6 10 Questions Review

The Leica M6 is probably one of the most desired film camera but for many people shooting with a rangefinder is something new. With that come many questions and some of them that you can't really anticipate without having one in

Mar 13, 2020
7 min read

Are You a Leica OR Zeiss Person? Leica M6 vs Contax T3

This might sound like a strange comparison and you must be wondering (rightfully) what kind of crack have I smoked to put the Leica M6 and Contax T3 against each others! These two cameras have nothing in common. One is a mecha

Jul 4, 2019
2 min read

I Shot a Roll of Silbersalz35 200t in Chernobyl

Earlier this year I went Kiev in Ukraine and a friend of mine who was joining me, convinced me to do a day trip to Chernobyl. On the day of the trip, I took with me a Leica M6 and a 28mm Summicron, which was the only lens I s

Jan 15, 2018
3 min read

Pushing Kodak Tri-X 400 to 6400

Today we are developing a roll of Kodak TX400 shot at 6400 ISO. I've been wanting to try this little experience for a while now. Some films are known for handling push processing very well and Kodak TX400 is one of them. Lots

May 24, 2017
6 min read

Things you should know before Buying A Leica M or Rangefinder

Today I want to share with you my thoughts on the Leica M and more generally the Rangefinder system. When I sold all my digital equipment to make a permanent switch to analog camera I went for a Rangefinder camera. The obvious ch

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Dec 29, 2016
2 min read

Film Review: Kodak Ektar 100 by Night

This may sounds like a stupid idea but I had no other choice to shoot with Kodak Ektar 100 by night. I was in London for a weekend and like often there, it was raining cats and dogs so my Leica M6 stayed in my camera bag with few

Oct 9, 2016
3 min read

Film Review: CineStill 50 – 35mm

Let me present you another exceptional film : the CineStill 50 Ladies and Gentlemen ! It's essentially a Kodak film (Kodak 5203 to be precise) that was initially used for motion picture. CineStill has modified it by removing

Jul 25, 2016
2 min read

Film Review: ILFORD HP5 135 – Leica M6

This time let’s look at some images shot with the famous ILFORD HP5 400 on a Leica M6. This film is praised among many photographers who like to shot in black and white so we’ll see if it deserves its fame. I previously re