Ilford FP4 Plus 125I took this photograph with my Olympus Trip 35 whilst exploring the grounds of Anglesey Abbey last weekend.

Ilford FP4 Plus 125

There is this wonderful line of trees which sit proudly along the bank of the river which always seems to reflect really strongly thanks to the stillness of the water.

As mentioned in the last post I do like leading lines in photographs and think this gives this photograph a lot of depth and character.

This scan appears to be a bit clearer than the last two and I think the film helps to add atmosphere to this image.

I am not sure it would have looked as dramatic in colour.

Incidentally, I did go for a walk at the end of the day today but wasn’t inspired to capture anything.  I doubt I am going to use up the Fujifilm C200 Color film anytime soon (that’s not a bad thing.  I have learnt to slow down and look).

This was shot with Ilford FP4 Plus 125 black and white film and I particularly like the sepia tones that have been created in this shot.  There is not a lot of noise or grain either, it’s a particularly smooth shot.  I believe the light and my focal point helped me to achieve this.

If you are interested in the Olympus Trip 35 Film Camera I am using, be sure to check out Amazon as there are some serviced ones for sale.

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