Leica M3; 50mm/3.5 with HP5 film.
Walking around London I saw these two guys with their t-shirts. Said I liked the shirts, did they mind if I took a shot – “Go for it!”
Leica M3 with collapsible Elmar 50/3.5 and HP5 film.
He was happy to have his photo taken. People are so friendly in Asia.
I guess the unique fishing style on Inle Lake in Burma has become a bit of a photo cliché, but it is impossible not to take the shot.
Taken on a walking trip in London. Shot from the hip with X-PRO1 and 18mm/2.0.
Fuji X-M1 with 18mm/2.0
On the South Bank these two young ladies were videoing themselves on a DSLR (out of shot to the left). Some game with jelly beans that they said they would be uploading to YouTube. I said “Oh” and did they mind if I took a shot of them. I still don’t understand what the point of the video was!
Olympus 35SP on Ilford HP5 film.
In July we were on a safari in the Selous park in Tanzania. This is one of the few successful shots I managed to get of a Roller in flight. They are damned quick, and quite small. Nikon D7200 with 55-300mm.
Olympus SP35 and FP4 film.