This past weekend my friend Brad and I worked through our first batch of film development. I have fond memories of the photography module in junior high industrial arts. It was, perhaps, the start of my interest in photography.

Brad had some rolls of Ilford 120 black and white from his Holga, and I had a roll of Delta 3200 that took forever to get through my camera. It started off slow and meticulous but after a few rolls we really got the hang of it.

Stainless steel kitchens make cleanup extremely easy.

Brad, inspecting.

This was the second roll of Delta 3200 that I had shot. I can’t say that I’m super happy with it. There were a few interesting photos, but there’s just too much grain for my personal taste. It was still a great learning process to see the photos come out of the camera through the chemical process, and I look forward to shooting more B&W film.