Another daylight session from back in February.
In photography I’m generally not one for complicating things with too many variables. The subject, a simple location (a room with somewhere to stand, sit or lie), two cameras (one with a 50mm on the front, the other with something different), Tri-X in both and a handheld meter. And daylight. Doesn’t even really need to be much of that around.
I suppose I could reduce it further and have only one camera, and then even more so, one lens. Most things look better through a 50mm, and if they don’t you could just move a bit until they do. I’m actually starting to think that way more and more: the more you remove choices, the simpler and clearer it all becomes. Which opens you up to serendipity.