Several shots on this week’s roll of film were shot out my car window. I was in the car stopped at a red light and saw a sign that I kind of liked and wished I could take a picture. The camera was in the seat next to me. I considered doing it. I thought I wouldn’t have time. The light was going to turn green at any second. But I wanted the picture. And the light was still not green. So I grabbed the camera, rolled down the window, and took the photo.
And then I thought, what if I took a picture out my window every time I am stopped at a red light? I passed several things that would’ve made cool photos, but of course once I wanted to hit red lights, I didn’t. I finally got stopped a couple times, but then I also went down some smaller streets with less traffic where I could stop at will in the middle of the street to get a photo. I was in the museum district/montrose neighborhood, which is one of my favorite parts of Houston.
This is still expired Fuji NPH but this week I rated it at 200 again. Little too overexposed the past couple of weeks at 125.