Wilmington Delaware on Velvia film

September 27, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

I've been playing around with film-photography lately, and thought I'd share a few shots from Wilmington Delaware using a Nikon FM3A with Fuji Velvia 50 slide film.  Colourworks Inc in Wilmington Delaware did the processing and digital scanning of these shots, and I'm very happy with how they turned out.  So far, this whole retro film thing is turning out cool!  (in a nerdy-cool way).  The digital scans are nice, but they don't really do justice to how the slides actually look in person. Very vibrant colors. The prints that come from them are really nice. They'd look nice hanging on a wall! (hint, hint ;) )

 

First up, since it's election season, take a look at this - it's on the wall of a building in Wilmington Delaware along rt. 4:

 

Cast Your Vote

 

And not too far from there is a restaurant which has a pretty funny mural on the side of the building:

 

Mexican Restaurant Mural

 

Downtown on 4th street are a handful of very colorful buildings - here's a close-up of one:

 

White Flowers, Red Bricks

 

I thought this next one was pretty interesting - it's a random stairway to some type of business, but painted up pretty nicely:

 

Blue Stairway

 

And finally, no tour of Wilmington would be complete without getting some of the graffiti, which seems to change pretty frequently in the area where I got this one:

 

DZN

 

That's all for this tour of Wilmington Delaware.  Till next time, go shoot a picture or two!


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