My eyes aren’t good enough to set the controls without glasses, my brain isn’t sharp enough to promptly work out the exposure, and my fingers aren’t nimble enough to focus on a moving target.
But I don’t take the Mat out often enough and I’m very fond of the square format.
So if everyone could just hold it right there for a few more moments please…….and……..got it. Thanks.
Stand Up To Racism, March & Rally, London, 18 March 2017
Yashica Mat 124G / Kodak Tri-X / Developed in Rodinal 1+99 for 60 minutes B
Marge and me on the infamously gravelly Chesil Beach, circa 2009. I have conspicuously non-grey hair and Marge, as always, wears a hat very well. I’m not sure whether it was before or afterwards she bought me the book, but Ian Mcewan was one of her favorite authors.
Original photo taken on self-timer with my long defunct Olympus XA. Photo of the photo taken just to see how Tri-X would turn out pushed two stops and developed in HC-110. Pleasingly, I would say.
Shot with Yashica Mat with rolleinar 2 / Kodak Tri-X @ 1600 / Developed HC-110 Dilution B
Four things I’m not that fond of:
- Horse Racing
- Tribute bands
- Taking photos once I’ve had a couple of drinks
So joining my work friends for a night out at the races that ended with a guy who thought he was Freddie Mercury may not have been one of my best plans. Should have thought that one through, really.
Nikon F90X / Nikkor 35mmf/2.0 / Kodak Tmax 400 / D76 1+1
Yashica Mat 124G / Ilford FP4 & Kodak Tri-X / Rodinal 1+99 60 minutes
Yashica Mat / Ilford FP4 / Rodinal 1+99 60 minutes
Yashica Mat 124G / Kodak Tri-X / Rodinal 1+99 60 minutes
Trafalgar Square, London
Yashica Mat 124g / Kodak Tri-X / Developed in Rodinal 1+99