Zeiss Ikon Nettar + Kodak Ektar 100 (London, 2011)

Walking on the side streets near King’s College in London looking up at the architecture around, this building caught my eye. I’ll be honest, this was a shot I thought nothing of at the time but once developed (by myself at my university darkroom) its been one of my favourite architecture photos since. The contrast of how the light is hitting the different sides of the building, and the consistency in the white border, really brings out the sharp angle of the corner.

Looking back at photos from this particular camera, I’m always intrigued by the images it produces. Whats better is the camera is very light and (relatively) small, so is a great choice to carry around the city.