A big shout out to Ray for blessing me with this roll of Kentmere 400 film during out first meet on Hari Raya Haji @ Marina South Pier.
I went back into Geylang with Frank to get some more captures and this time the sun was really out, unlike the morning shoot with Chester where the clouds were out to play and the sun was blocked with drizzling rain. This time round, I managed to capture 27 and 3 quarter images. Yes, 3 quarters…
Developed using Kodak HC-110 @ 6 mins @ 20 degrees, stopbath was water at 20 degrees, fixer was Ilford and Ilford wash as well. Finishing with 5 minutes of final rinse. Hung to dry for 1 hour.
Without any delay, here they are straight out of the hanger:
From across the street, I wanted to capture this man pushing the cart.
Frank brought me to this shop that sold impossible film. It is also a barber.
Unsure about the sale, I like this image with the two men looking both ways.
The chair called out to me despite the structure below it.
Pushing the 50mm F1.4, sharp bicycle (or whats left of it)
I was waiting for someone to walk past. Snapped.
This guy’s camera is really the state of the art.
What an interesting association don’t you think?
In the back alley, this place was very much in a mess.
This guy was keeping his equipment and the lady at the back looking on.
Uncle was waiting for the bus.
As always, we are all guilty of sticking our faces to our phones.
This guy crossed the road and I quickly took a shot.
Cool uncle at the magazine stand. Another favourite from the lot.
Interesting place to be.
Interesting thing about this. What is dragon cash?
A modern harry potter bike?
Frank with his Leotax.
I was excited to see this building, historical and beautiful. So excited that I chopped off the top. Silly…
Auntie was walking slowly.
I liked the buildings here. A back alley. Waited for someone to walk by.
Cable man making a call.
This chair was rather inviting. Outside a hair salon.
Many headless bodies around
A walking past gentleman who was delivered
And my final shot, the riding auntie.
Photos were taken using my Nikon F3 and 50mm F1.4 lens.
Hope you enjoyed them!