Hi, guys! Had lot of work this week, so no posts. But tomorrow I'll taking over @artingoutloud and we will talk about some of my step on analog way. Tell me which sides of film photography you want to discuss in comments, and of course join our conversation on @artingoutloud tomorrow! Any feedback appreciated, community first)
Today, I made a couple of my first darkroom prints. Thanks @dkr4 for the guidance and expertise. Printing silver gelatins is a wonderful experience that all film photographers should experience. Scene was photographed on my Hasselblad 501 c/m with my 150mm Sonnar lens, exposed at 8 seconds on @ilfordphoto Pan 50, printed on Ilford warmtone semi-matte FB paper.
On my way home from Ft Worth yesterday, I had the opportunity to stop in and see Travis and Carolina. It's always good to be able and spend time with film friends and catch up on things. They were gracious enough to let me capture a few photos of them in their new loft. What a fantastic place that they get to live in! I shot a Type 53 Polaroid photo (and left it with them) and then shot a few HP5 Plus portraits using my Chamonix and Hasselblad. This was my favorite from the 4x5. Hope to develop the 120 film soon. Shooting photos of friends sure never seems to get old... • • • #chamonix#chamonix45n2#chamonixviewcamera#ilfordhp5#ilford#blackandwhite#film#largeformat#4x5film#filmphotographic#filmfriends#portrait