Monochrome Monday

Early One Sunday Morning

Monochrome Monday travels back to the very early 1980s. I was one of the field testers of a new black and white film, Ilford XP1. It differed from conventional black and white film in that it could be processed in the same processing line as colour negative film.

I went for a walk around central London early one Sunday morning as part of my testing of the film. This is the Houses of Parliament from the South Bank of the River Thames with some light mist over the river.

Monochrome Monday: 9th March 2020

4 replies on “Early One Sunday Morning”

I was running a photo department at a medical research institute at the time. I was supposed to be testing XP1 for scientific photography. Another weekend I was testing it halfway up a mountain in Snowdonia.

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