february 2017—rolls 4 & 5

I paired these rolls together because I took them on the same day. One, during a walk around the National Gallery of Art's east wing, and the other while walking home from that event. I used a Fuji 6x9 rangefinder—which just means the negatives were very large—and two kinds of film, Ilford Delta 3200 and Lomography Redscale (regular color film that's been loaded backwards to create an unusual red effect). I'm meh on the redscale stuff, but I like the black and white work; the straight lines and open space of the east wing works very well with monochrome photography.