A Walk to the Hardware Store
With my Canon IVSb2, 28mm f/2.8 lens and a roll of Superpan 200
There's not much of a story here really. I was about to take a walk to the hardware store and thought I'd check which cameras had film in them. It turned out that the Canon had a roll of Rollei Superpan 200 that needed to be shot soon, so it went along with me. The Canon was wearing it's Canon 28mm f/2.8 silver LTM lens, a nice lens if I say so myself. I put an orange filter on it as it was a bright mostly sunny day and 200 was way faster than I needed. I thought I'd go for the darker skies instead of speed.
I did get yelled at by some people pulling up to their dwelling just as I was finishing taking a photo of the junk in their driveway, at least they didn't shoot.
This isn't the whole roll or even most of it obviously, for this roll I divided up the shots into two tranches. In the first group shown here, I thought there was something a bit interesting going on with the light and or texture. The second part of the roll isn't horrible or terribly lacking as far as I can see, so I'll probably post it eventually as well.
This roll was developed in Bellini Eco-Film (Xtol), I'm really growing fond of this developer.