Shooting film photography in France

These days, I prefer shooting candid street photography with my medium-format Rolleiflex film camera, as opposed to with my 35mm Leica MP; the Leica is nimbler and easier to operate, especially on the fly, but the Rolleiflex, despite its size, is less intrusive because it is an antiquated (built in 1954) oddity, so people tend to regard it with curiosity rather than suspicion.

Kodak Tri-X, shot in Paris; developed in London, at Bayeux, in the West End.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS (c. 1954), with Kodak Tri-X: Paris, France.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS (c. 1954), with Kodak Tri-X: Paris, France.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS (c. 1954), with Kodak Tri-X: Paris, France.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS (c. 1954), with Kodak Tri-X: Paris, France.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS (c. 1954), with Kodak Tri-X: Paris, France.