Saint Pancras Station on Film

I have a blog entry earlier from London - and due to the digital files, I was able to get them up quite quickly. I now have my roll of film taken at the same time back from developing - I do not develop my own film. I am very happy with the results. I used a Leica M7 with the legendary Noctilux 50mm F1.0 (version 2) lens. It was my first time trying Kodak Portra 160 film (the new version just released) and I have to say I am deeply impressed with the film. I will write up some further impressions of the film later - but suffice to say I will probably move away from Ektar as my usual fast colour negative film in the future.

At one point during my photo session I was stopped by a security guard who wanted to know what I was photographing and was benused that I could not show him the pictures. He must not get to see many film shooters I guess. The London authorities as nowhere near as laid back about photographers as the folks in Japan. Hmmmm….

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© David Runacres 2014