|Analog baby! Agfa Isola 1, part 2 #filmisnotdead #shootfilm #120mm
||[Dec. 9th, 2015|03:48 pm]
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Shinto and Loa, just hanging out.
Bert didnt have to work on the 19th, so in the afternoon we went to Antwerp. It was a really dreary afternoon, and it was pretty much dusk when I took these photos, so I'm well impressed at how good my roll of Kodak T-MAX 100 held up.
Coincidentally this is also the first roll I've shot with this camera (and the first roll of 120mm film full stop), where all 12 photos came back on the negatives, so huzzah!! :)
Bert picking out paint for his granddad.
You have to look _really_ closely to make out the Christmas decorations in the streets in these photos, but I like them anyway.
I had kept the last 3 photos on my roll to take photos on Groenplaats, but they had started building stuff for the Christmas market, so I basically had to crawl in between construction bits (which was ok because it was still accessible and there weren't any construction workers around).
At first I didn't really dare to wander onto the construction site too much, hence the wonky framing.
Luckily I had one more photo left on my film before I realised I had a lot more space to move than I thought :)
And yes, I know, I shouldn't be rummaging around on a construction site, BUT it wasn't roped off or anything, and it was still perfectly safe to go on there. The second it wasn't they did make sure no one could get on, so yeah.