I have a love/hate relationship with high speed film. I’m talking to you Ilford Delta 3200 and Kodak P3200. While I enjoy the grain nailing the right exposure for it has always been an issue for me. Always been 50/50. Well, more like 1 in 3...either too light, too dark or just right. This was one of the just right ones. There are times I feel I am better off pushing HP5 and developing in Rodinal. At least I get better contrast.
I’ve been wanting to do a version of Newton’s mirror shot for awhile. I finally got the chance. I’m pretty happy with the results I got, both digital and film.
A day at the beach with Alex
Have couch, will pose.
I really hate that I discovered pushing ACROS 100 to 400 at the end. I really hate that I didn't shoot it more. It's a wonderful film stock and WAS cheap to get. With the way FujiFilm was doing things I knew the day was gonna come soon. Sadly I acted too late. As soon as the announcement was made I bought 7 5 packs of it in 120. I'm down to 5 packs. I may want to slow down a bit. I don't plan on freezing it and saving it for years from now. Just gonna shoot as "needed".
An unusually warm late February day here in NC. The fishermen didn’t seem to mind.
Tinkering with the Kowa Six
A different kind of game