Here’s one of George the cat. I took this in 2012. Ilford HP5 plus 400 and Yashica FX-3
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Another blast from the past. This was taken in 2013 with Yashica FX-3, 50 mm lens. I think that Kodak Gold 200 was the film I used.
Wooden mustangs, roaming without moving. This was also taken in Timisoara, May 2019. Expired Ilford PAN 400 and Yashica FX-3, 50 mm lens.
Let’s upload something colorful, for a change. I was very surprised with good results of the film I used here. I took this photo in May 2019, but the film actually expired in 2004 so I didn’t quite know what to expect. The film I used was Kodak Gold 200 in 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.
One of my common paths through the city leads me next to this magnificent building I take photos of from time to time. Here is a detail. It is the Museum of Vuk and Dositej. The architectural style is eye candy. Here I finally returned that brilliant 50 mm lens, for the last two rolls of film had some unsuccessful photos due to lens focusing issues (the other 50 mm lens I tested at the time).
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.
Moments from a walk downtown in September… Yashica FX-3 again