A recent trip to the coastal town of Blyth in Northumberland resulted in this mish-mash of large format black and whites, and 35mm colour images.
I took the Intrepid 4×5 camera loaded with Fomapan 100, and 150mm and 90mm lenses. When I went to use the 150mm lenses I found it needed tightening up in the lens panel and I didn’t have a lens wrench (I’ve now ordered one) so I used the 90mm for these two shots and cropped them slightly.
Once I had the two large format shots “in the bag” I turned to my Mamiya ZM which was loaded with a roll of Fuji Velvia 100F, which expired in 2013. I’d bought three rolls of this film for £2 each. I must say that the “F” version of Velvia isn’t my favourite and I messed around with the colours in Lightroom on most of these images.