This is Paris (August 2015), France, shot with a 1970 Pentax k1000 using IlFord 400 and Kodak Portra 400. Color film developed and scanned by Carmencita Film Lab, BW film developed and digitalized by the Studio. Film is not dead. And I love film. I truly love the feeling and the quality of the film and I always encourage photographers to keep it alive. Street photography with analog cameras has been done for ages and still now is very common. Paris is an amazing city, with lot of very good quarters, characteristic and many important photographer born there. I enjoy the old mood and the new, the european influences, the nordic air that breeze in that city. Street were full of people, Montmartre is maybe my favorite place, so much art there and so much history. Belleville maybe another great quarter if you are looking for graffiti and street paints. Bastille is great for night life and cousine, the Seine bathes every beauty of the city and is navigable and you can go walking too.