As I realised seeing the results of my first roll of 120 film in the Yashica, portrait was something I should try more often. Melbourne summer is a great time to shoot natural lights portraits and I did a lot of that. I also wanted to try the infamous Tri-X 400 from Kodak after I heard so many good things about it (read this wonderful piece if you want to get an idea of the devotion this black and white magic film has been developing (pun intended) since 1954. I don’t know if it’s the lab settings, the scans of my choice of post processing, but I have to say I was expecting something much more contrasted. But maybe it was (and it still is) me?