The Traveling Yashica in Istanbul: Fuji Superia 200
I recently had the chance to use a Yashica T5 in Istanbul. This wasn’t just any old Yashica T5. This was The Traveling Yashica, which has been making week-long sojourns around the world as part of an initiative started by Hamish Gill of 35MCC.
I shot two rolls of film with this camera, the first being Fuji Superia 200. I love the rich, sharp images from the Yashica T5 as it beautifully captures the dazzling colours in Istanbul, its vibrant streets and water ways, and impressive history and architecture.
Here are some photos taken with The Traveling Yashica, some of which had been cropped for a better composition. I would love to hear your comments about these pictures, underneath which I have also included some brief travel notes 🙂
4 replies on “The Traveling Yashica in Istanbul: Fuji Superia 200”
Beautiful colors and places
Your photos really paint a picture of the city. I’m sending the link to my friend who’s contemplating moving there for a job!
Thanks Jackie! ‘A’ picture would be correct as there is so much more to be experienced and discovered in this fascinating city.