So few images from me for the month of March on film, perhaps that's because I am so bad with keeping routines. While on holidays we routinely visit the bakery, parks & swim. Does that count? I routinely do a food shop in Kellerberrin once a week, bath my children everyday (or thereabouts) & put them to bed at the same time most nights. Noah routinely blocks out the world (or maybe just his brother) when in the car with headphones & his iPad.
Oh, and all that grain (tiny specs) on my black and white images is a side effect of shooting HP5 film and pushing it two stops in development. HP5 has an ISO of 400 but I wanted to shoot it at a higher ISO (and I did) so in order to make up for that fact I had to get the lab to push the film. I wouldn't push this type of film again, especially two stops, but I'm learning as I go along & like it or hate it, it is what it is & it can't really be changed now. I usually like grain (and add just a little to my digital work) but this is just too much grain for my liking. My colour images were shot on Portra 400, except for the last two images which were shot on Portra 160 and then pushed a stop. All rolls were developed and scanned at the FIND LAB.
To see the last two months worth of this film project click here & here. To see Ngarie's fantastic routine images on film please click here. It would seem Ngarie cooks and organises herself like a boss. Inspired much??? YES. Way to go Ngarie.