Below is a small collection of images that I have taken over the past few months in Hong Kong.  Last year, my old faithful workhorse Mamiya 645 broke beyond repair and after much thought, I settled on a Hasselblad 500c/m to replace it.  I sold quite a bit of my digital camera gear to be able to fund this: a Hasselblad 500c/m body, two A12 film backs and also with these funds, I was also able to buy two Zeiss lenses: 150/4 and 80/2.8. Those who know me well, know that working with analogue is where I am most content in terms of photography. The below images were taken on both commissioned assignments and personal projects with a range of film stock from Portra 160 & 400, Ektar 100, Ilford HP5 and Ilford Delta 400. Most were shot at box speed but a few rolls were pushed a stop or two.

Images:  Lloyd Belcher*  |  Location: Hong Kong  |  Dates: November 2020 – April 2021

Camera:  Hasselblad 500c/m |  Glass: Zeiss 150/4 & Zeiss 80/2.8  |  Film Stock:  Ilford Delta 400, HP5, Kodak Portra 160 & 400 and Ektar 100

* Except for the second from last image that was taken by Anya Belcher

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