I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted here; longer than I intended, and not because I’ve lost interest in shooting film. I’ve just been really busy with other stuff. But I dug out the F100 today and did a few portrait shots of Diane, even though she wasn’t thrilled with the idea. Then I decided I should go ahead and finish the roll and process it, and if I was doing that I might as well shoot and process two rolls, eh?
So we decided to head down to Brick Arch Winery, since Kevin Burt was playing. I grabbed a few shots there, then a few more random things around home. So no real insight or learning experience in this post, just sharing a few of my shots from this afternoon. These were all shot with the Nikkor 105mm/2.5, on Fuji Neopan 400, rated at 800 on the camera, and stand developed in Rodinal 1:90 for about 75 minutes. One of Diane, one of the neighbors’ bleeding heart blooms, and two of Kevin Burt; one is him singing happy birthday to a winery guest, by request.