Photos with Leica M Summilux 1.4 / 50mm asph. and Kodak Ektar

The Kodak Ektar 100 is regarded as the finest-grained film in its class and impresses with its warm-toned and quite strong colors and a quite balanced contrast behavior. Reason enough to take him on a journey into the midsummer Gotland with and portray this quaint Baltic island of Sweden with him.

In September 2008, the Kodak Ektar 100 was presented at the Photokina in Cologne and has since been used both for cinema productions and successfully in photography. It impresses with its own unique look, which differs noticeably from digital recordings.

Ideal companion to this is our Leica M7 with the classic lens, the Summilux M 1.4 50mm asph. new. The Leica M7 is one of the few analogue rangefinder cameras that are currently being produced, and it certainly is one of the most comfortable tools.

The Summilux M 1.4 50 asph. Lens of the new generation is certainly the ideal basic equipment for travel photography, even in times of such popular wide-angle. Because with her close-up shots succeed as well as an exempt portrait. In the wide-open aperture pictures are possible even in low light conditions from the hand, but at the same time also a dissolving background.

Not without reason, this Leica lens is excellent and undoubtedly recommended for fine-art photography. In combination with the Kodak Ektar 100 miniature film, we have subtracted magnifications of up to 40 × 60 centimeters, without even recognizing a grain approach.

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