Fujifilm GA645Zi in Paris : Musee de Louvre and Jardin des Tuileries

I’ve finallly finished developing and scanning the black and white films I took on a weeks holiday in Paris, taken with the Fujifilm GA645Zi, so I’ll post a few themed collections over the next few days. One of my motivations for buying the camera was for use as a travel camera, and I’m glad to say it fulfilled that role very well.

The magnificent entrance, designed by I.M. Pei, to the Louvre Museum

The magnificent entrance, designed by I.M. Pei, to the Louvre Museum. Kodak TMax 100 film rated at EI200 and developed in TMax developer

 

 

Jardin du Tuleries

Inside the Louvre. Tri-X rated at EI800, TMax developer

 

Jardin du Tuleries

Jardin du Tuleries, Tri-X rated at EI800, orange filter

Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum, Tri-X rated at EI800

Jardin du Tuleries

Louvre Museum, Tri-X rated at EI800

Jardin du Tuleries

Jardin du Tuleries, Tri-X rated at EI800

 

Jardin du Tuleries, Paris

Jardin du Tuileries, Paris, Tri-X at EI800

Jardin du Tuleries

Exterior of the Louvre, Tri-X at EI800

 

At the Louvre

At the Louvre, Tri-X at EI800

 

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