hasselblad 500c/m | kodak tri-x 400
the color film i shot is still to be sent out for processing but i got around to developing this roll last night.
hasselblad 500c/m | neopan acros 100
one of the things I love most, black on black. using light to separate the subject from the surroundings. this frame got a little “chopped” on top, last one of the roll. shot with a Minox, on expired Ilford FP4 (ISO 125, rated at 50). the camera shoots only in aperture priority but I think I compensated well. this is a straight scan, no editing done.
somehow, half of this expired roll was underexposed. I must have moved the ISO setting at the bottom of the camera by accident, although I do not remember messing with it or setting it back… anyway, I absolutely LOVE these two shots of Roberto. it was a gloomy, rainy day. moody black&white is more than suiting. it’s interesting how much grain this underexposing added to the photos.
the sky was pretty that night but I was a little too late and the exposure is what it is. I wished I had a tripod.
love her curiosity
Rolleicord II, Ilford HP5
for being so vintage and totally unmaintained/unused camera, the Rolleicord works amazing. f/3.5 is a bit limiting, especially indoors, but the bokeh is still very buttery.
Hasselblad 500 C/M, Fuji Neopan Acros 100.
Scanned with VueScan software.
Rolleicord II, Ilford XP2 (400)
I love my son to pieces but he never cooperates for pictures. Drives me crazy. I don’t need him to be cheesily posed, just acknowledge me/the camera.