Portraits with the Rolleiflex
Last weekend I took the Rolleiflex, loaded with a roll of Ilford HP5 film, and rode the motorcycle to downtown McKinney, a favorite place to see people and make portraits. I wanted to use only one roll of 12 exposures, and I was to photograph people around the main square, as well as some architecture and other things that caught my eye. Here I share four portraits from this outing.
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