Tag: Leica M6
Match Day – 30 Years Later
When I was a child, my dad used to take me to the Villa. Never Villa. Always the Villa. Even now in my dad’s current state he’ll notice if you ever get it wrong.
Some Distant Memory – Siem Reap Fishermen
It was 2012. I’d just bought a used Leica M6 and was in Cambodia, a place I’d dreamt of visiting for years. I was intrigued by the work and stories of Philip Blenkinsop and Daniel Milnor at the time regarding Cambodia and South East Asia and going there with a film camera loaded with Ilford…
Film Nostalgia on the Kisoji
Every now and then I get pangs of nostalgia, pull out the Leica M6, and shoot a roll or two of film. Anyone that has shot film before knows that it slows you down, forces you to think before pressing the shutter
Some Distant Memory – Kumbh Mela
This has been posted before. It was one of my favourites taken at the Kumbh Mela in 2013. Leica M6 / Fuji Provia 400. A few years before this photo was taken my wife told me she wanted to visit festivals around the world and in Allahabad in 2013 the biggest Kumbh Mela in 144…
The Panasonic Lumix S5 and Why it’s the Perfect Camera for Me Right Now
Over the past year the LUMIX S5 has become a vital part of my day-to-day life and this is why I like it.
Archives: Rainy Season Gifu Ride
There has always been a part of me that relishes the knowledge that more than likely I was the only one out there on a road bike that day. Even now as the weekend downpour shows no sign of letting up part of me wants to be outside.
Life: The Riverbank
It was during a walk around my neighbourhood – I saw grandson and grandmother out with a kite.
Photography: Dusting Off the Leica
It’s been a while since I shot a roll of film on my Leica. It was browsing through the wonderful book of photographs of travels throughout Asia in the 1990s (and 1980s?) called Asia Grace by Kevin Kelly and John Sypal’s Zuisha (随写) that did it.