I finally got all of the film from my summer trip to China developed, and I think there are a lot of good photos amongst them, based upon what I’ve seen from looking at the negatives.
Still, I’m going to hold off on those as I posted a lot of color photos from China last time. Instead, today I’m posting some of the photos from my trip to the Delaware Water Gap region of New Jersey and Pennsylvania last month, where I photographed Nadine Stevens, Evyenia Karapolous and Johannsdottir.
These particular photos come from the first two rolls of film, which I had developed along with the last of the film from China. As I began photographing midday on a mostly sunny day, I decided to stay indoors as the high sun outside would not have been conducive to good photographs.
The photos here all involve the use of one wooden chair. As a roll of 120 film as used with my camera has ten frames on it, I decided to photograph each of these beautiful young ladies individually for five photographs, with the final five on the second roll being all three together, with Evyenia sitting and Nadine and Johannsdottir standing behind her.
I’ll try to get some or all of the remainder of the film from this day developed this week. Stand by for more photographs to follow, though first I’ll probably return to posting images from my 2014 trip to Iceland, as well as my trip last year to Ireland, which I have been sadly neglecting.