Visiting the Museum


Ilford FP4 Plus 125

This shot of the visitors at the Tate Modern is the first time I took a shot with the 35mm Olympus Trip where I manually changed the aperture.

There was not enough light in the gallery for the camera light meter to allow me to use the automatic features of the camera so I switched to manual.

It’s not the most inspiring image but it is a moody snapshot of a busy day in the museum.

As I have said before I am not too pleased with how I can scan photographs but this scan enhances the grain in the image and I think it looks great.  It makes the shot atmospheric and moody.

This is probably the last of this roll that I will share, I hope you’ve enjoyed the selection.  You can see more photos from this collection in my portfolio.

This black and white image was shot with Ilford FP4 Plus 125.

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.

You can see more photos from this collection in my portfolio.

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