Oliver Kramer

Oliver Kramer

All photos are taken by me, mostly on 35mm film.

Some shots from a hiking trip with my little sister Lena, a few weeks ago. These photographs were taken with my “new” Leica M3 and the Voigtländer Color Skopar 35mm/2.5. I’m really happy with my second M3 (a single stroke version). Now I got a backup camera and I can simply switch between color and black-and-white film.

Black Forest, Leica M3, Kentmere 400.

Strasbourg, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Strasbourg, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburg, Yashica T4, Kodak BW400CN.

Freiburg, Yashica T4, Kodak BW400CN.

Freiburg, Yashica T4, Kodak BW400CN.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Freiburger Mess’, Leica M3, Agfa APX 400@800.

Bond took the elevator up to his suite. He went to his suitcase and extracted an M3 Leica, an MC exposure meter, a K2 filter and a flash-holder. He put a bulb in the holder and checked the camera. He went to his balcony, glanced at the sun to estimate where it would be at about three-thirty and went back into the sitting-room, leaving the door to the balcony open. He stood at the balcony door and aimed the exposure meter. The exposure was one-hundredth of a second. He set this on the Leica, put the shutter at f 11, and the distance at twelve feet. He clipped on a lens hood and took one picture…
- Goldfinger by Ian Fleming