Iflrod FP4 125, a Classic Film Rediscovered.

Yes, I'm tragically uncool for either 1) being really late to the #FP4party, or 2) being really early. This isn't my first rodeo with Ilford's FP4 125 film. For those who miss Kodak Plus X, and I'm one of them, FP4 has been a nice subistitute, but I haven't shot with it for a while and been messing around with Ilford Delta 100 and an extended detour with other 100 ISO films. I have two bulk rolls in the fridge, once I'm done shooting Delta 100, it will be FP4 going forward. In the end, I just prefer my cubic grained films. 

I shot around my neighbourhood and Gairloch Gardens is becoming a testing ground for equipment and film. It's a short walk down the street from my house, I also had an opportunity the same afternoon to photograph the Edgemere Promenade. 

Camera: Olympus OM-2n, Zuiko S 50 f1.8 lens, Zuiko MC 65-200 F4 lens. 
Film: Ilford FP4 125, D76 1+1. 

Path to the Lake at Gairloch Gardens Lilypads Supervisor on the Foot Bridge The Rose Garden at Gairloch Duck in the Grass II Duck in the Grass Mallard on a Rock Looking out to Lake Ontario._ The New Retaining Wall_ Empty Studio Gift Shop_ Tanker Truck on the Wrong Side of Lakeshore Heritage Lakeshore Cottage Edgemere Promanade_ Lakeside Warning_


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