More film that has recently come out of the fridge and processed.
This is some Fujifilm ACROS 100 shot in November 2014, this was the last roll shot on my Nikon F80D, it developed a fault and has since become a shelf queen. A great camera but not worth fixing.
Another overdue post, but here are some images from my getaway to Bowral over the silly season. The Sony A7 was on photo duties
It has been a while since I have had any film developed, this does not mean I have not been shooting film. I have been and have been throwing the exposed film back into the fridge. However, I recently managed to get some film processed. So here are some images.
First up are a few images taken with my Leica M3 using some Ilford HP5+. It has been so long since these were taken that I am not even sure what lenses did the heavy lifting.
Next up is some Fuji ACROS 100 taken using my Fuji TX-1 (Hasselblad Xpan). These were taken mid 2016.
Then there is some more ACROS 100 from 2016. The Olympus Mju II did the work for these ones.
Another month has flown past and with it draws an end to 2016. I have been so busy lately that I have not even had the time to post my usual end of year wishes and notify you all of the break that I take over the silly season. I guess late is better than never.
On the bright side it looks like I will have a lot of old film being posted over the next few months as I have finally made some progress in developing, scanning and processing my stash. But this is not the focus of this post, so here are some images from my 365 Project that reveal some of my very busy December 2016.
As always, click through for larger and more.
I just realised that I have not had a chance to post my usual month in review post. So only a few words and here are some pictures.
Double post, two small sets that I thought were better to share together.
First up there was a trip out to Empress Falls in the Blue Mountains. This stroll down into the valley really highlighted just how unfit I have become. It was wet, slippery and steep. Carrying the D700 didn’t help. But the pictures were worth it.
The second set come from an after dark expedition to Mahon Pool near Coogee and Maroubra. Some long exposure stuff.