The garden is in bloom!
The good thing about Diana’s is that they are still relatively cheap. I picked up a new one off the eBay and took it for a spin yesterday.
These are shot in Ilford FP4+ and stand developed in HC-110.
I dropped the Diana maybe one too many times and it seems it’s gone to meet its maker.
Here are some of the last salvageable images from it. They feel melancholy and reflect my muddy view of the past few weeks.
I tried some more second pass lith processing. These are all done on Ilford MG Warmtone paper. I developed them normally then bleached them back and redeveloped them in Arista lith.
We visited Ambler, PA last weekend. It’s a place I spent a lot of time as a teenager. It’s also gotten cuter since then, unlike me.
I recently went camping at Cape Henlopen state park in Delaware.
it seems every beach I’ve been to this summer has been closed due to rough conditions.
If I can resist the urge yell, “that’s not Elizabethan English”, I can enjoy the Renaissance Fair.
I took a trip to Chicago over the 4th of July weekend and I brought along my trusty Diana. I walked a lot and tried hard not to stare at everything.
A few prints from my latest darkroom adventures.
Getting to the end of my pack of expired Kodak Kodabromide paper. I would like to get more, but the Ebay sellers are not very trustworthy and they really gouge you on the shipping charges.