Street photography analog

Shooting digital allows people to shoot unlimited frames making it possible to not always have the perfect setting and accomplishment. Shooting analog is both, an adventure and an opportunity to learn how to be patient and also requires to be more thoughtful about each shot. It might take some time to learn it from scratch or to improve your knowledge - but it definitely worth it! Analog photography always had and still has a certain fascination,  especially in my favorite genre: Street photography.

 

In general I use a Nikon F3 with a 50 mm lens, which was built in the 80s. Moreover, I also have in use a Rollei 35 and a Photoporst 135 L, cameras which are more than 40 years old. For the films I prefer the B/W films from Ilford or Kodak 100 or 400 ASA.

Stuttgart Schlossplatz 2015
Stuttgart Schlossplatz 2015

Rollei 35

Stuttgart Markthalle 2015
Stuttgart Markthalle 2015

Nikon F3

Stuttgart Wilhelma 2015
Stuttgart Wilhelma 2015

Rollei 35

Stuttgart Zentrum 2015
Stuttgart Zentrum 2015

Rollei 35

Stuttgart Hospitalhof 2015
Stuttgart Hospitalhof 2015

Rollei 35

Stuttgart Schlossplatz 2015
Stuttgart Schlossplatz 2015

Nikon F3

Stuttgart Eckensee 2015
Stuttgart Eckensee 2015

Photoporst 135L

Stuttgart Wochenmarkt 2015
Stuttgart Wochenmarkt 2015

Photoporst 135L

Stgt. Schlossgarten 2015
Stgt. Schlossgarten 2015

Nikon F3

Stuttgart Eckensee 2015
Stuttgart Eckensee 2015

Photoporst 135L