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  • Leica 50mm f/2 Summicron Rigid  Is The Second Choice

    Leica 50mm f/2 Summicron Rigid Is The Second Choice

    Sound: I love the satisfying sound of turning the aperture ring on my Leica Rigid lens. It’s a small, clean sound that reminds me of the snap of a flower stem. Unfortunately, this sound cannot be heard in later Leica lenses. Beauty: In my opinion, the Leica Rigid is the most beautiful 50mm lens in […]

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  • Kentmere Pan 400 Black and White Film

    Kentmere Pan 400 Black and White Film

    ISO 400 black and white film is a popular choice for capturing human subjects due to its high tolerance and larger grains. Kodak Tri-X 400 has gained a devoted following for its ability to handle push processing, allowing it to be used at ISO 800 or even pushed to ISO 3200. However, Kentmere 400, the […]

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    A true master will not let focal length change their style… Why limit oneself to a certain focal length? Wide-angle lenses don’t just cram more into the frame, they bring you closer to your subject. Today, let’s talk briefly about the Leica M28 F2ASPH wide-angle lens, which doesn’t have very obvious characteristics, so there’s no […]

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    If the Leica M2, M3, M4, M6, and MP have a noble and elegant temperament, then the Leica CL seems somewhat ambiguous, with a charm that attracts bees and butterflies. It turns out that a camera can also have a story. With a rangefinder viewfinder, coupled focusing, and the LEITZ logo, the Leica CL is […]

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  • Leica m9

    Leica m9

    The Adolescence of Leica Digital – Leica M9 The last Kodak train quietly took away the CCD of the M9. It couldn’t be kept, nor could it be saved. Leica has entered the mature CMOS era. Youth must eventually bid farewell. Farewell, youth, that pure happiness gradually stings memories. Remembering the Leica M9 In 2009, […]

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  • leica summicron-m 90mm f2 v1 Black & White film

    leica summicron-m 90mm f2 v1 Black & White film

    The first generation of Summicron 90mm f/2 has three versions, with the same optical design but mainly differing in appearance. The craftsmanship is excellent, with smooth focusing, and the silver version has a rigid feel when enlarged, really representing the top-level craftsmanship of the M3 era. Later, I went and bought a second version, as […]

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  • The cleaning car

    The cleaning car came slowly, and I felt the picture was clean and peaceful. So I filmed it. The driver inside saw me with a grin, and he should be laughing at what this fool is shooting? Smile, smile makes the world warmer.

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  • Kodak ULTRAMAX 400 Color Negative Film My First choice!

    Kodak ULTRAMAX 400 Color Negative Film My First choice!

    Using film in this day and age is a poetic act – without applause, everything depends on oneself. Judging from its packaging, this roll of film should perform exceptionally well with blue tones, owing to its blue-colored box. The film is versatile and easy to develop, providing excellent imaging in low-light situations and capable of […]

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