First time for a while, colour printing in a darkroom. Last time was probably 18 years a go, when I would be colour printing almost every day. I thought shooting analogue would have really inspired me and pulled me back in, but honestly it has been an unsatisfying experience. Love the feel of the equipment, particularly the Hasselblad and disappearing into the dark for hours at a time, however the lack of control that I have compared to digital is frustrating. In the last couple of months I have found the work as enjoyable as at any of the highpoints in my 20 or so years as a professional photographer.
The print is from a project about identity. Shot in natural light on a Hasselblad 501cm with 80mm Carl Zeiss, at f/2.8, 1/30 sec ISO 100 on Kodak Portra 160. Printed at the Northern Centre of Photography in Sunderland on Fuji Crystal Archive Lustre.