In my recent trip to my home country, my first camera of choice has been a cult camera – Konica Hexar AF.

Here are some photographs that I have taken with this beauty…

The bead maker, Bodrum

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Street seller, Besiktas, Istanbul

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Fishermen and cats, Ortakoy, Istanbul

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Child busker, Ankara

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Another kid on the street

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And another one…

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Street busker, Beyoglu, Istanbul

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Istiklal Street, Beyoglu, Istanbul

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Galata Tower, Istanbul

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Bosphorous from Galata Tower

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Galata from Eminonu

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Village market, Akbuk

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Village market, Akbuk

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Village market, Nazilli

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Village market, Nazilli

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Konica Hexar AF in action in Turkey

Son

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This is again a combination of old camera and modern lens. Minolta Maxxum 700si and Sigma 85mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM featuring my son in Aussie lifesaver t-shirt. The film used was Kodak Portra 160. What I quite like about this film is that it renders skin tones so beautifully without retocuhing. I sometimes spend a good amount of time to get such skin tones when I shoot RAW…