That didn't take long to accrue again. Street photography, urban landscapes, catch ups with friends, and plenty of printing later. Winter is drawing on and so I'm enthusiastic to get back into the mountains and hike before it gets warm and the days get long. I have done barely any this year.
Lachlan from Racquet Studio/Film gave me a roll of Ilford HP5 PLUS to shoot for them to then develop and scan but due to scheduling and busy-ness, I ended up just doing it myself after about a month. Fun to let a roll of film sit for a while again and rediscover the photos taken.
I also shot some Ilford Pan F Plus (ISO 50) at the end as an experiment. Very smooth and very detailed film.
I'm going to deliberately put down the B&W film cameras for a little while now to shoot some colour. I frankly have been feeling a little starved of it!
Post Office Square.
Max from London, an Oxfam charity guy.
Sweet hat, mate.
Logan Law, LOGAN LAW, logan law...
Thomas Street, West End.
Brisbane is filled with cranes these days.
Winter car windows.
Interesting composition. Not sure I dig it yet.
That Bank of NSW building again...
Wall detail in Burnett Lane.
Love my city.
The Merivale Rail Bridge once again.
Japanese with Juno and Genevieve.
Brisbane City is growing up.
House in West End.
Twin Peaks much?
There's something about the effect Kodak Tri-X has on this kind of scene.
Creek near my mum's house.
Chris with Simon's Leica Q.
Bundy looks like a beast.
West End driveway.
I wish I had an Ice Break too.
Park in Kedron.
It's been a foggy winter in Brisbane. I LOVE it.
That train bridge again.
Bicentennial Bikeway in thick fog.
Cultural Centre / Victoria Bridge under fog.
Trees and light.
What a beard. Been a while since I could shoot at F4 in daylight on the Leica M7.
One frame from a exposure latitude test.