Pushing TMAX 400
As a follow up to my post on pushing film I though I would share a few more examples of pushing film. As I mentioned when I am traveling I often carry a second film camera with high ASA film or pushing film to a high ASA. When it starts to get dark I switch to my second camera body. This time I was pushing TMAX 400 to 1600. I was in Singapore a few months back to speak a the National University's MBA Program and was lucky enough to find time to have dinner at my favorite restaurant Mag's Wine Kitchen. This is a quiet unassuming out of the way place that is absolutely fantastic. You are literally eating in the kitchen. I usually get the swimmer crab salad or Hokkaido scallops to start and have Black Pork as my main dish. They have a fabulous wine selection and it's best to let them pick a bottle for you. I have probably eaten here 20 times and I always look forward to going back.
Today’s configuration: Leica M6 with various Leica lenses shot on TMAX 400@1600.
I also had a chance to catch up with my friend Barry while in Singapore. I met Barry through his wife Ann when they were living in Tokyo. They are a lovely couple.
An alley in Ginza I passed on the way to a Elliott Erwitt Exhibition at Leica.
While walking back to my hotel in San Francisco...
The Bakeshop in Jiyugaoka. Still my favorite place to pick up bagels in Tokyo. The owner moved to Brooklyn to learn how to make them. I love how the Japanese do things like that.
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