Analog is best. Helps to prepare for the zombie apocalypse.
Early morning walk along the beach in Cancun, avoiding sharp coral rocks and looking for the right photo spot.
At the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan…
Flying out of Cancun towards Mexico City…
Another random holiday trip to Gongju, walking the city in 34ºC weather and hauling plenty of water. Ended up with a nice tan and the need for plenty of cold beer.
Early morning at Lotte World Tower. Summertime in Seoul is an endless parade of rain & humid weather.
Love #nakaya urushi piccolos pens. There's a bit of ink stain on the pen roll from #kingdomnote Tokyo. I accidentally stored the roll nib down in my bag. It's mainly a desk pen and I don't leave it lying on the table. Someone in the office once tried to pull the cap off instead of unscrewing it. What a scare.
Two new #twsbi to my pen case. One is a Vac 700R, just released in Singapore and the smaller one is a Mini AL Blue, just so that I know it has blue ink, Sailor Souten to be exact. #overjoyedxyz
These #kalt reloadable film canisters work pretty well. Got them at B&H for a little north of $1 a piece. Feels too cheap compared to the IXMOO and Nikon F canisters that I’m used to, but if you’re not using an early Leica M or Nikon F/F2 there’s no other choice, so this will have to do. These Kalts fit into Leica III cameras too but they’re microscopically bigger so requires a bit of fiddling to get into the small #barnack film chamber. Within the canister, the film ends gets attached to the plastic spindle using 3M magic tape - and it took a few tries to get it right - first few forays resulted in detached film inside the film chamber. No fun.
Anyway, reloadable canisters = cheap way to shoot in a world where film prices are always going up by the month.
#UN54 is a film made by Orwo. I like what I see so far, so I’m using it more nowadays.