A couple of shots of a scrap metal yard on a Holga adapted to shoot full width 35mm film.
I actually went into the office to ask if I could go a bit more into the yard but was told I could only shoot from the gate as it was too dangerous 🙂
These were all shot on Ilford Pan F+ 50 ISO Film, I really love the tonal range of this film… unfortunately after I had developed these and seen how good they were I went to work to stock up only to find that someone had bought all that was left in the fridge… How Rude! I have ordered more but unfortunately it comes from Australia and wont be here before the new year 😦 . I’m going to try pulling Ilford FP4 125 ISO film to 50 ISO and see what results that will give.
30/12/2010 | Categories: Blog, Experimental | Tags: 50 ISO, black and white, Dark Halide, film, Ford, ilford, Junk Yard, Metal, New Zealand, pan F, photo, photography, Rollei, Rolleiflex, Scrap Metal, Simon Burrow | 4 Comments