While it's nice to have the house to ourselves again (them being early risers, and us being night owls), it also leaves me feeling slightly sad that I can't come home to the smell of mom's cooking anymore, or to crack a beer with my dad. And even more significantly, now who am I going to convince to sit for some film portraits on various random cameras?
Photos below shot with the Holga, a 70 year old war era Graflex Speed Graphic, and a Rolleiflex.
Holga 120N & Lady Grey 400 film
Graflex Speed Graphic & Ilford HP3 film that expired in 1962
These shots are kind of boring, but this is probably the only chance I'll ever have to photograph the 'rents on a large format camera. My dad was so fascinated by the fact that I had to duck under a dark towel to see and focus this camera.
Rolleiflex 2.8E TLR & Ilford HP5+ film
Mom prepares 2 dungeness crabs for dinner.