3200 ISO in 2013

I didn’t know much about the roll.  It was long before I’d wised up and taken any sort of information down while out on my walks.  The only information I had was Ilford HP5+ 400, ISO shot at 3200.

I loaded the roll on the reel and did my magic.  What would I get?

It had been a spring day, around April.  I could tell by the light coming through the room.  The big bay window lets in the morning light, shining in just a certain way.  The newest addition to the family, a cute tuxedo cat we adopted from the local rescue center, we named him Baby Boy.  Maggie (aka Pigness) is still alive.

Most of the photos are dark.  I had no idea what I was doing obviously.  For some reason though they’re still very interesting photos.  A deep contrast in black and white.

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Frame 00
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Baby Boy
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Coky

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Baby Boy

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Hiding at the end of his tube

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b&w cat

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Tripoli
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Tripoli
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Pig to close
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Pig Face
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Maggie, aka Pig

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The photo shed
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Huntington Pier
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Should I go out?

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Building his strength up.

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CAMERA: LEICA M6   //   LENS: ELMAR-M 50mm Lens   //   FILM:  ILFORD HP5+ 35MM

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