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Poland Models – Leica Ms

Poland Models – Leica Ms Matthew Osborne Photography / Mr Leica December 2016 Happy New Year!  I wrote this on the flight back to the UK after spending four nights in Poland visiting my model friends in Sopot. It was … Continue reading

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CineStill 50D vs Kodak Portra 160

CineStill 50D vs Kodak Portra 160 Matthew Osborne Photography (“Mr Leica”) Here is a non-scientific comparison of 35mm CineSill 50D film vs. 35mm Kodak Portra 160 film.  CineStill 50D is a relatively new film whereas Kodak Portra has been around … Continue reading

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CineStill 800 T Film Portraits

CineStill 800 T Film Portraits MATTHEW OSBORNE PHOTOGRAPHY – “MR LEICA” A quick recap of why I treated myself to a few rolls of 35mm CineStill 800 Tungsten film.. CineStill Xpro C-41 ISO 800 Tungsten 135/36 Firstly CineStill 800 T … Continue reading

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CineStill 800T 35mm Film

CineStill 800T 35mm Film (aka “CineStill 800Tungsten Xpro C-41″) MatthewOsbornePhotography.co.uk As mentioned in my previous post Kodak Portra 400 & 800 Film, I find there is never enough light for my liking for colour film photography in the UK, especially in … Continue reading

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