A wizard is never late, nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to.
Not to say I’m a wizard or anything, but in the midst of work, paint preparation, and general pandemonium right now I genuinely forgot that there is an FP4Party still going on. Serves me right but a single roll of the stuff sitting on my film to be shot shelf taunted me on the third-to-the-end day of shoot week. Thankfully my original plans for the weekend fell through and I found myself with a free Saturday morning to get out and shoot! Not to mention I had access to a stunning Fuji GSW690ii on loan for a camera review (it’ll be up in March) so it only made sense to use something new and frankly a fun camera to work with. Way back now, when I was just starting to get seriously into Photography one of the places I cut my teeth in learning the more technical aspects of photography was in abandoned buildings and what better city to do this in is Hamilton, Ontario. While the city has seen a major upswing of late in revival I decided what better place to go back and shoot on a grey Saturday morning. Not to mention I had to visit a Disney Store to get some gifts for my wife, and I didn’t want to spend a day in Toronto and Mississauga is…boring.
The GSW690ii is an amazing camera, and I won’t get into why until the review is published (it is however written), but the results they speak for themselves! Until next time, fellow partiers!
All Photos were taken in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Fuji GSW690ii – EBC Fujinon-W f=65mm 1:5.6 – Ilford FP4+ @ ASA-125
Blazinal (1+25) 9:00 @ 20C