Lydia on the Bronica

I’m getting a lot more practice with my Bronica this summer, so continuing to photograph the wonderful lydia. These photographs were taken in an afternoon catching up on the few months that we hadn’t seen one another. Using the Bronica has proved to be a tricky thing, not least because it’s fairly heavy and always needs a sturdy tripod but for the focusing. When you are focusing, there’s more distance between your eye and the viewfinder because it is so large and you are looking at it at an angle which does all sorts to my head. I’m pretty glad with how these turned out, but they are fresh and untouched as such and I am without a darkroom to create my own prints at the moment. Hopefully in the near future when I start university again. I’d love to keep photographing Lydia for our whole lives, and I have no doubt I probably will. There are more photographs coming your way but I wanted to just select a few for today.

Finally got round to processing this film I took on a roadtrip up to Scotland last summer, this is taken in Bradford actually on the way. I’m obsessed by car parks, so shoot me!

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