Here’s one of George the cat. I took this in 2012. Ilford HP5 plus 400 and Yashica FX-3
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Wooden mustangs, roaming without moving. This was also taken in Timisoara, May 2019. Expired Ilford PAN 400 and Yashica FX-3, 50 mm lens.
A public park event space in Timisoara. The chairs were begging for a shot! Not “reserved”, I’m joking of course – the space was simply unused at the time. I used an expired Ilford PAN 400 film in Yashica FX-3 and a 50 mm lens.
I used an expired Ilford PAN 400 and Yashica FX-3, 50 mm
Kalemegdan fortress in Belgrade is always inspiring enough… Ilford HP5+ 400, Yashica FX-3
Just a passage with stores downtown…
Let me introduce you to Alex. It felt almost like someone left this plastic mannequin torso for the sole purpose of me taking a photo. I used Ilford HP5+ 400 in Yashica FX-3.
An old barbershop caught my eye last summer. Right from another time, but still open. Downtown Belgrade is a place of franchise stores and coffeshops today. I’m glad at least certain spots and people preserve the spirit of old times. I’m so happy that I had my old SLR instead of the D-SLR camera with me at that moment.
George the cat licking his nose during breakfast. The photo wa originally taken in colour, but was not as nearly as effective as this edited version.
Moments from a walk downtown in September… Yashica FX-3 again
I was lucky enough to notice these worn out blinds and decaying façade.
Sometimes, when there is no reference object in the image, inclined surfaces appear more flat and therefore less interesting. The façade really helped me emphasize the inclination and maybe the pedestrian’s effort
The wait for the developed film paid off…