It is Saturday morning. The skies are cloudy, with occasional showers. My camera is loaded with Kodak Tmax P3200 film. The camera I have is the Voigtlander R4M, with the 25mm F4 attached. I am going to zone focus. I set the distance between 4 and 5 feet and set the aperture to F11. I can tweak the settings if the need arises. My shutter speeds will be from 1/500th to1/2000th of a second. I walk the streets and just frame the situation as need be. I use the viewfinder for most of the shots. The results: 1. Because of using a wide-angle lens with a small aperture almost everything is in focus. 2. I look for stories but most of the time nothing is happening. I want to shoot the whole roll, so I shoot mainly street portraits. 3. Grain. Lots of Grain. I developed the roll in Rodinal (1:25 for 8 minutes @20C). Rodinal is good for sharpness but for that reason, it may enhance the grain.
I think next time I will use Ilford HP5+ and push it 2 stops to 1600. The grain in the Tmax is perhaps a bit too distracting.