Victoria's Light

Vermouth

I love shooting in antique shop windows.  Sometimes, a beautiful vintage item is found.  This is one of the more interesting posters that I have seen.  It’s posted in multiple ways from minimally different exposures.  Adox Silvermax is a mighty impressive film, probably one of my favorite black and white films, and paired with the Zeiss 35mm F 1.4 lens, good things happen.  My Leica M3 continues to perform as smooth as the finest silk.

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