Remembering the Beginnings

September 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

Today, we are traveling back to March 2016 and my only fourth roll of 35mm film since finding it again in 2015. These were the very early days of what would become a huge passion for me eventually dislodging digital photography altogether.

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My first film camera that helped me ignite the analog passion was a Nikon FE, on this occasion loaded with the American classic Kodak Tri-X 400. While the camera remains my main photographic tool the film did not win me over (yet). I love the film grain but Tri-X in 35mm can be a bit over the top for me. However, there are situations when that works really well. And I believe this was one of them.

Swannie House, Buffalo, NY with Nikon FE on Kodak Tri-X 400 Black and White FilmSwannie HouseBuffalo, NY on Film

Swannie House, Buffalo, NY
Photographed with a Nikon FE on Kodak Tri-X 400 Black and White Film

In this set up I really liked the two crosswalks. All the paths lead to the bar :-)

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