I primarily shoot with Leica M systems. For street portraits, I use a 50mm or 40mm with a Leica SF 40 flash. I started with a Leica X which produced sharp monochrome images and, while it did save RAW images, I loved the look of the JPEGs out of the camera. Years later I moved on to a Leica M Typ 262. Recently I traded that in towards a pair of used M10s.
My favorite lenses for street are 35mm for wider shots and 50mm for portraits.
For architecture, I use a 28mm.
Trying to focus with an aperture of ƒ/2 or less is not my thing. It's frustrating to see preview shots that look sharp, only to find out later that they were out of focus.
For nature photography, I use my Canon 6D outfitted with a 70-200mm and extender.
I also shoot film on a Leica M3... but I'm leaving it at home this time around.
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