Tag Archive: Ilford Delta 400

Granddaughters

Saturday, May 25, was the first time all of my grandchildren were in the same place at the same time. I’d been looking forward to that event for several months, so I was… Continue reading

More Twists and Turns

The latest news from Kodak should be something of a relief for my many analog photography friends. Kodak is on the verge of emerging from Chapter 11, and though it is selling off… Continue reading

Cousins

I didn’t have a roll of Ilford Delta 400 in the refrigerator, which is the film I prefer when I’m shooting in dim light. But I knew¬†that I’d be going to my granddaughter’s… Continue reading

Opening Reception: The Darkroom

On Friday night (March 15), The Darkroom @ Division 9, in Riverside, California, held an Opening Reception. I loaded the Nikon with my last roll of Kentmere 400 because I knew I would… Continue reading

Mystery Mining Machine

Like the replicar in the An Unknown Automobile post, I made this photo without knowing what the subject was. When I first looked at it I thought, “engine”. But after a few seconds… Continue reading

Glass and Wood

This is a crop of a photo in the Two Dollars Out Of Seven post. As often happens, there is no good reason for it to appear here, I just liked it. Nikon… Continue reading

Two Dollars out of Seven

After weeks of rain, high winds, and unseasonable cold, when the mercury in my outside thermometer pushed up to 55 f from 35 f, things began to look promising for a good, long… Continue reading

First Look: Ilford Delta 400

It is not much of a test, I know, but I ran a single roll of Ilford Delta 400 through the Nikon FG on February 5th, and I’m already quite happy with the… Continue reading