Snowy Morning in Denver

I ventured to Downtown Denver early yesterday morning. It had been snowing the night before and the forecast was for it to quite snowing at around sunrise. I thought it would be a good opportunity to do some more black and white work and also use a on of my rolls of Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 35mm film. The last time I tried a roll it came back with no pictures for some strange reason.

This time I loaded the film at home to make sure it spooled correctly before I headed out. Well, as luck would have it, I got to the end of the roll and proceeded to wind the film back into the canister and after a couple of turns, it started free spinning and wouldn’t wind back into the canister. When I got home I put the camera into a dark bag that I had and proceeded to unwind the film by hand and managed to put it into a black film canister. I’m going to bring the film down to get it developed today and see what they can get out of it. I have a feeling there will be some light leaks.

I’m starting to really enjoy doing street photography. I’m not one to get up into someone’s face, but am starting to develop my own style. I used to just capture architecture, but I’m incorporating subjects as part of the overall cityscapes scenes. I’m rather enjoying it. Shooting black and whites has really allowed me to develop my sense for light and how to capture that light. I hope you can see that as my images throughout the year start to develop.

Anyway, I did have my Fuji XT-3 with me, which I had used for a few shots and completed the walk using the Acros R Film Simulation. Here are some images from yesterday’s walk. You may have already seen some of these on my Instagram Feed. Here’s a snowy morning in Denver, Colorado.