Yesterday I got back three rolls of color film I’d dropped off at the lab. One of them was my first color roll in the new camera, but the other two were mysteries. One of them turned out to be a roll I shot in the Widelux F7. I still have a significant backlog of unprocessed film, most of it is years old at this point. It’s amazing that latent images on film can keep for so long. Just a brief flash of light, to be chemically revealed years later.
Image: Paul cutting hair at Zip Zap, Lower Haight in San Francisco.