Hey there everybody. There’s not too much going on these days. The week before last we had some unseasonably crappy weather which stopped me from taking a short trip to the coast to take some landscape photos, and then I had a tattoo touched up, which kept me sitting at home and avoiding getting sweaty and moving about too much for the better part of a week. Which all means I’ve been bored for about 10 days or so. I haven’t been completely home-bound, I’ve gotten some more street photography done, with a roll of b&w in being processed right now, and about half a roll of Velvia used up.
Aside from that I have a couple of flower photos to post at least. I recently bought a bunch of crappy film, 10 rolls of ISO-200 Kodak ColorPlus, and 10 rolls of ISO-400 Fuji Superia, so I could test out my cameras’ meters and also just play around, experimenting with ideas while not having to worry about wasting a roll of Velvia, which costs about $10 here. I went to the local zoo, which also doubles as a botanical gardens of sorts, and took some macro shots of flowers to test out my meter. These two shots were my favorites. The sunflower pic is cliche as hell, but I like how I caught the blue tones in the background that contrast with the yelllow so well.