Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)

 

Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)

  Part ii of from the same ilford HP5 ISO 400 film roll exposed with Ricoh GR1s camera. my next personal project related to 35mm film photography is to purchase a bulk film loader and to start reuse a reloadable cassettes of different 35mm film types. this way i always can make short rolls just for tests and to have more celluloid for much less price 🙂     enjoy the rainy weather...     Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)         Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)         Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)         Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)         Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)         Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)         Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)       thank you for the visit !!!  

7 Replies to “Rainy day in Jerusalem with Ricoh GR1s and ilford HP5 (part ii)”

  1. Some excellent and well composed images in this set Victor! Nothing quite like that wet rain on the ground, it looks great!!

  2. Victor – this was a wonderful wet day ! The streets were perfect for reflections . I know everyone has said this . We have some brick streets on campus I could try out for good reflections . Is that all it takes to get the good shadow reflections is the rough surface ? I try not to ask silly questions and then some say no questions are silly ! HA! Also, I have not taken my camera out in rain yet . How should I keep it safe? I know you grow crazy with me asking you questions so often ! I have not been out much with my cameras lately with both parents sick . Forgive me . I just understand you and Lena and a Trill better. Here everyone just wants to use iPhone all the time . If not they want to use elaborate cameras with many lenses . Thank you my friend . ❤️🎈❤️🎈

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