It seems right to whip out the Voitlander Bessa for some fun and frolics. The black compact beauty featuring medium format film from the begone era of the 1930’s. Considered “the” pocket camera of its time. Of course with and without expected results (as always! isn’t that the fun of it), some light leaks through the film number window this time around. (I really must tape this up next time.) Overall I’ve gotta say I’m most happy with the results from the roll of Ilford FP4 ISO125 medium format film. Definitely exciting.
Below are the results from Graz and Murau in Steiermark, Austria. Please feel free to comment and question.
Development was done with Rodinal 1:100 for 1 hour stand development and 8mins with Rapid Fixer.