I can’t imagine the plenty of shops selling second-hand analog cameras in Tokio. I’d come back with 3-4 Pentax 6x7 bodies at least from a trip to Japan.
I can’t imagine packing four Pentax 67 bodies in my little bag!
Actually, I’m cherishing the idea of getting a Ricoh GR1v, or a Contax T3, or (my secret dream) a Ricoh GR21 :D
After some time I have been away from Tumblr, I’m finally back and ready to post some new photos. I recently developed three black and white rolls, one shot with my Ricoh GR1s (amazing little camera!) and the two other ones shot with my Leica M6, both street stuff and my usual almost meaningless cityscapes.
I’ll be setting up a queue so that the best photos from the bunch will be posted while I’m in… Tokyo. That’s right! I’m leaving for Tokyo in 4 days! It’s my first time in Japan as you might understand I’m fairly excited, also because this is my first solo trip so far away from home.
I decided to travel light and bring my Minolta CLE/Nokton 40mm combo and my Ricoh GR1s. So if any of you tumblr friends from Tokyo spot a tall Italian guy looking totally lost in translation, with a cute small rangefinder hanging on his neck, please come and say hello. I’ll be delighted to meet you! Also, if you are in Tokyo and would like to arrange a photo walk or even just meeting for a coffee (or a ramen!) please contact me, that’ll make me super happy!
Non mi disturbi affatto.
Saranno sei o sette anni ormai che fotografo con una certa costanza.
Per quanto riguarda gli obiettivi: ho un 40mm f1.4 e un 50mm f2 per Leica M. La mia Ricoh GR1s ha un 28mm f2.8.
Per altre informazioni, mandami pure una mail, ciao!
Thanks Davide, I use a dedicated 35mm film scanner, a Canon FS4000US.
Hi Dan, I usually tag each one of my photos with the film I used for it. Just visit to the permalink page and you’ll see the list of tags. Lately I’ve been using Kodak Tri-X 400 a lot, both at box speed and pushed at 1600. I don’t heavily post process my photo, but I do make some adjustment in terms of contrast and curves.
Thanks for your comment!
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