In the middle of December I went to Prague for four nights on a photography trip. I had a fantastic time, the weather was mostly overcast, then foggy on the last couple of days, which made for nice even lighting, and some good atmosphere. I was focusing on street photography on the whole, but had to get a few of the famous buildings in there too – the architecture is just so beautiful in Prague.
I was using my Leica M6 Classic, and 35mm Summicron ASPH as usual, but was also carrying a Minox 35EL with colour film, which I didn’t end up using until the last day when I finished my fourth roll of black and white in the Leica. It will likely be a while before getting those photographs back, but when I have them I will upload them if they are any good. All the photos here were Ilford HP5 Plus, pushed to ISO 800.
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