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Old but new

Here’s a few shots from my expired Ilford FP4+ 125 film used with Zenza Bronica S2. These pictures were taken this summer and came out waaaay better than expected. I really love the grainy look that expired film gives. Hope you do too!

Film: Ilford FP4+ 125 (expired 1998)
Camera: Zenza Bronica S2

And here’s the camera used for these shots. It’s a Japanese made SLR camera from the 1960’s. You can hear it from a mile when it fires!

This Kid (A).

We met almost 5 years ago and I had a chance to understand how serious and playful you are. Also sleepy all the time. And hungry.
You are my Kid A, as one of my favourite Radiohead album.

Date
2017 April, Klaipeda and Vilnius.

Camera details
Yashica 635 – double format DLR camera which uses 120 film. Presented in 1958. It has possibility to use 35 mm film as well with adaptor kit. Camera looks so gorgeous.
I bought it when I was in 11th grade in Vilnius and back then it costs me around 200 EUR.
Film – Ilford FP4+ 125.
Developer – I guess it was Ilford Perceptol with grain.

Auschwitz

Used old film which expired at 1998, developed I guuuuuesssss with Ilford Perceptol. Actually, I don’t remember. Good and old film stuff I randomly got from one old guy.

Photography is taken in Auschwitz concentration camp (B) last year on New Years eve.

Fotoaparatas buvo toks šaltas ir garsus, kaip šautuvas.