My first attempt at B&W film development.
I used HC-110 and all Kodak products. Cannot believe I got results like these on my first try, with no previous photography schooling or expert help.This photo was shot on film. Taken by fornoise with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Ilford HP5 film (available in our Online Shop) in Toronto, United States. These tags describe this photo: b&w, ilford, hp5, first, development, beginner, hc-110, developer, boy, in, shape, man, abs, muscles, railroad, tracks, window, river, bench, serene, mirrow, bridge, scupture, face, head, bird, birds, telephone, pole, sunset, sunrise, plaid, floor, checkered, chucks, shoes, converse, door, clouds, sky, old, wooden, house, building, rusty, tattered, falling, apart, no, smoking, iscicle, glasses, beauty, life, helicopter, med-evac, smoke, polution, factory, stack, clock, road, snow, and lc-a. This photo can also be found in the album My First B&W Film Development (Ilford HP5).
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