A good photography friend of mine who I have known for many years was kind enough to donate me a roll of old expired Konica Impressa 50 recently in 120 format. It was expired in 2006 and is long since discontinued, sadly, but he told me it was a wonderful film emulsion that was particular super in bright light.

So, as my previous post details, I recently had a day to myself with my camera and before going out for a walk to shoot some Fujichrome Provia, I decided to use the opportunity to shoot this roll in my garden. Using my Hasselblad 501CM and my 120mm lens, I hoped to get a few close up shots of some flowers.

There is not much to say about the rest of it, other than the best few are detailed below for those who are interested. As always, the film was developed and scanned by the lab I always use : The Darkroom, here in the UK. I wish it was still available as I would certainly buy it today if I could. Another great film stock that has gone by way of the Dodo, but there we are. Lets not worry too much; there are plenty of new film stocks coming back to the market these days I am happy to say.