…the best camera is the one that’s with you. I guess the same goes for umbrellas. The picture is taken in Vilnius, Lithuania. Olympus Mju-1 (35mm). Kodak Tri-X 400, developed in D76 1+1.
About a week ago I talked about how I needed to find a replacement for my Konica Big Mini. I think I’ve found it already! It’s the Olympus Mju-1 (Stylus in the US), a small compact camera with great optical quality. Similar to the Big Mini it has a fixed 35mm lens with a maximum aperture of f3.5. The camera is in great condition and so far I’m very happy with it. Olympus Mju-1 (35mm). Kodak Tri-X 400, developed in […]
On July 17th, Kristina and I are going to Vilnius, Lithuania. We booked the flight yesterday. I’m really looking forward to getting away for a few days, and I’m hoping for some good photographic opportunities. Now I just have to decide which camera (or cameras) to bring.. Not an easy task. Konica S3 with Hexanon 38mm f1.8. Kodak Tri-X 400, developed in Xtol 1+1.
I haven’t shot much street photography the past month or so. It comes and goes I suppose. Here’s one from the archives, taken late October or early November last year in Linköping. I’d just started out in analog photography, and was using my dad’s old Konica T3 from the 1970′s. Konica T3 with Hexanon 50mm. Kodak Tri-X 400, developed in D76.
Happy Easter everyone! The Lifestream has been online for one month today, and there’s plenty more to come. Thanks for reading/watching! Contax G1 with Biogon 28mm. Kodak Tri-X 400 @ iso 800, developed in D76 1+1.