An Old Roll of Color Film in Izmir, Turkey

Old Kodak Gold 200 Color Film that had been laying around for years in the digital era and was expired by several years. Given to me by a friend. I shot it in my Leica M6 TTL. Leica Summarit M 35 mm f 2.5 lens. Hand developed with Tetenal Colortec C-41 process. Scanned with an Epson Film Scanner. Taken in the Fall 2019, knockin around Izmer City, Turkey.

 

 

 

Thirty Shots of the Good Old Days in Izmir, Turkey

All images taken by the author using a Leica M6 TTL Camera, Leica Summarit M 35 mm f 2.5 Lens. Ilford HP5 Plus (at 1600). Hand developed by the author with Kodak HC-110. Taken in 2018. Most frames were shot at night without using a flash. So they were shot on 1/15 second shutter speed, without using a tripod. This is easy to do with a Leica M6, as the shutter does not jiggle the camera even at 1/8 second. 

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A Roll of Film in Lucknow

All frames shot by the author on Sunday, January 12, 2020. Minolta SRT 101. Lens used  was a Cosina 28-70 mm MC Macro. I have used this camera for almost fifty years at this point. Works perfectly. Kodacolor 200 film. Self developed by the author with Tetenal Colortec C-41 process. Aminabad Market is one of the main markets in Lucknow, India. The market is especially crowded on Sundays.