180 Degree Turn

I’m skint at the moment so the film cameras are put away and the FujiFilm X-Pro 1 is getting its shutter exercised. I’m still working on the same projects and, depending on how poor I remain or how irritating I feel it is to send film away for development, they may turn into completely digital projects. The photos look very very clean (un-artsy?) on computer but the prints look nicer. Here are three photos from several days ago.

Wood and Brick. XF35mmF1.4R lens.
Wood and Brick. XF35mmF1.4R lens.
Motorcycle parked at the bottom of a staircase. I am still not sure if I like this one or not. My wife likes it a lot so some of you may also like it. XF18mmF2R lens.
Motorcycle parked at the bottom of a staircase. I am still not sure if I like this one or not. My wife likes it a lot so some of you may also like it. XF18mmF2R lens.
Broom in Alley. I have the same photo on film. XF35mmF1.4R
Broom in Alley. I have the same photo on film. XF35mmF1.4R

Some of you are thinking, “Crapp-o”. So here are a couple of cat pictures. Everyone loves cat pictures.

Cat taking a nap.
Cat taking a nap.
Cat discovers the turntable.
Cat discovers the turntable.