Thinking of new directions.
Prints from shots taken at FDR Park.
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.
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 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.
Spent part of this week outside of Phoenix on an business trip. As usual, I spent most of my time in the hotel, but I did sneak out one evening for some shots of the golf course with my Diana and a roll of Ilford Fp4.
Late tee time
A river runs through it
I have been to the Washington Avenue Pier along the Delaware River a couple of times to shoot. But yesterday was the first time I was there with the magical combination of low tide and golden hour. The low tide gave me the opportunity to get down among some of the pilings for some more interesting shots. And the late afternoon winter light was incredible.
For the second time in a few days, I was out shooting with my brother and sister. I’m sure they took some amazing photos. I was a little hamstrung with just a single roll of MZ-3 and my Nikon Fm2. But I was not unsatisfied!
Walked around South Philadelphia with my brother and sister this week. I took the Rolleiflex, loaded with Ilford Fp4.
Lately I have traded in photo walks for studio work. So this was a nice break and a chance to get outside and catch whatever light there was.
It was also fun to shoot with my siblings. We do this every so often and it’s always a good time. Seems photography runs in the family.