Oxford: Lunch break photo walk

Written by Nasir Hamid on May 2nd, 2018

For a while now I’ve been meaning to use my Bronica SQA but either the weather or other things kept conspiring against me. Last week I finally managed to do it and here’s a set of pictures from the roll I shot during my lunch break photo walk. The shots of the drainpipe and the painted house number sign were made using a +1 close-up filter that I wanted to test and the last three shots were made with a red filter – the Radcliffe Camera shot had a polarising filter as well.

[Tech info:] Bronica SQA, 80/2.8, Ilford Delta 100 developed in Tetenal Ultrafin T-Plus.


2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Greg says:

    Hey Nasir, I just stumbled onto your site and I’m truly blown away at the quality of your photos, they’re so full of character it’s truly inspiring. I Have to ask, how do you get people to look so relaxed in front of the camera?!

    • Nasir Hamid says:

      Thanks for your kind words Greg. I’ve had a good think about this and I don’t have any secret sauce for helping people to relax in front of my camera, I just chat with them. Also, I only use one frame so that helps to focus the mind.

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