I recently went through some boxes and came across some of my earliest street photographs that I shot probably in 1979/1980 when I was 13 years old. I used the Nikon EM (“the camera that goes beep beep”) It was one of the earliest models as it had the blue exposure compensation and battery check buttons — later models had silver buttons and a more heavily textured body. I shot these photos with the Nikon (not Nikkor) Series E 35mm f2.5 lens. It, too, was an earlier model as it was all black and very “plastic-y.” Later models sported a more Nikkor look with a silver ring. I still have the lens.
I used Tri-X, likely processed with HC-110 and printed on Kodak Rapid Polycontrast RC II (or something like that) elarged with a Meopta Opemus 4 enlarger. The photos were kept in a sealed box so there is no yellowing and little fading.
I photographed these pictures using the XF 60mm f2.4 on the Fujifilm X-T10 and window light.