I had the privilege to hang out with a couple friends in April. Always a pleasure. I have to thank Thomas for arranging to have my Hasselblad repaired and flying it over to hand deliver it. Top notch.
As an aside, some are curious as to what different films look like. I put the film names below the photos or photo sets. I normally don't like changing up films in the middle of photo set, it seems weird to have colours change back and forth. Much cleaner to have all photos match each other... but I didn't do that. Fuji recently decided to discontinue their black and white film, Acros 100. This is horrible. I was told this is a likely outcome by Fuji reps and other people before, but still, I am not ready to see a film die. I choose Kodak Tri-X as my black and white film in part because it is seemingly more stable Kodak is than Fuji. I still have a box of Acros 100, not sure what to do with it now. I have a bunch of boxes of Fuji 400X, which was discontinued a couple years ago. The day was overcast when we were shooting and I feel total saturation is not at peak. But 400X has its own look that is nice. I like the pastels of 400H more, the two portraits were on Fuji 400H.
Long live film.