Chicago, Illinois. One of my favourite cities.
I was fortunate enough to be one of those from Automattic asked to fly out to attend UserConf back in May. The actual event itself was only on for a day and a bit, but a group of us stretched it out so we could get to know each other in person.
Sometimes you just get a really good feel about a roll of film, and can’t wait to get it developed. This was one of those times.
Neopan 1600 is such a beautiful film, especially when used outside like this. It’s almost unforgivable that Fuji decided to kill it off.
Architectural boat tour:
My kingdom for a supply of NP1600.
Mr Joe Hedrick, who lent us his rooftop patio, for margarita drinking purposes:
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Leica M6 – Canon 50mm f1.2
Fuji Neopan 1600
4 thoughts on “Chicago by Night.”
These are all really nice, love the toning, too. And you’re right, killing Neopan 1600 was sheer insanity, one of the company’s best products, by far.
It’s criminal. I still have about ten rolls left though. When the last one is gone I may genuinely shed a tear.