Ah, Victoria Square in Belfast. My sister & I had taken an impromtu trip into the center for a wander around, involving unusal-for-us girl activity like the buying of skirts and mulling of shoes. She had never been to Victoria Square before, so I took her around, and we decided to go to the top of the dome as it began to darken. From there I whipped out my camera and began taking pictures, even after we got into the car. Twas a fun evening, and this image brings back a few memories :) Now to the techinicals.
This was taken with my newest camera (4 now, woot) that my lovely dad gave me for Christmas. It's an Olympus Pen EE-3; a cinch to use. You set your ISO or Aperature (either or, it sets shutter speed automatically), point and click. The difference? Each negative is worth two shots, so you get twice as many photos per film than you would with any other camera. Excellent for me, because when you're constantly broke you tend not to have money for film.
The image above are shots 8a & 9 as marked on my Ilford HP5 400 film. I decided to leave them together because they look quite nice that way I think. I'm impressed the film came out at all actually; it was pretty dark. I have more images to share, so I'll post later or tomorrow, as I'm sprucing up the kitchen because it's a mess.
(Kudos to anyone who gets the title reference :P)