Black & White (& Colour) Vol. 104
I bought a Mamiya 6 medium format rangefinder for shooting 6x6 negs. 2017 has become a year of gear and I'm not sure how I feel about it yet. I have to prove my purchases with some work worthy of the investments, though at the moment, I can't scan 120 film so I'm only shooting a bit. Black and white film is amazing, digital not so much.
Also, I've been shooting Portra 400 colour film so I had to throw them in...
50mm street photo on Fuji Acros.
Acros 100 is weeeird. Don't think I'll use it again.
Photograph of a photograph of relative and well-known writer, Richard Flanagan.
At my Granddad's 90th.
Old church in Indooroopilly.
House near mine in Indooroopilly.
Taj telling me about his day (in his toddler language).
I think our experimental developing methods aren't quite working. Back to standard agitate I think. TRI-X in Rodinal.
Love the hat. Kelvin Grove UQ markets.
Coffee and summer with these folks.
It was about 37ºC that day so I hit the road in my Toyota's air conditioning.
Simon on Kodak Portra 400.
Early mornings on the Cunningham Highway.
Main Range, Queensland.
Looking east over the mountains.
Mount Cordeaux rainforest.
Jeremy atop Mount Cordeaux.
Clouds moving like smoke bombs.
Farms and mornings.
Cunningham Highway second time.
Main Range again.
My sister before hiking.
My local mountain top.
Shooting the new Mamiya 6.
Go Between Bridge, Kodak TRI-X.
Yeah, I think so too.
That Apple Store corner.
Small little doggo.
Yeah, I like this watch.
Smiles all round. Resolved NOT to sell my Leica M digital.
Drinks with Jacqui and Harry.
Nothing is better than pinball.
Alcohol and Jenga.
Sugar (I had one).