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Around Tai On Building

Tai On Building is a housing complex in Sai Wan Ho district in Hong Kong Island. It is famous for its variety of shop and street food available on the ground floor of the building. It is also one of the few residential buildings in Hong Kong that doesn’t have mailboxes; letters are hand-delivered by postmen/postwomen, one flat at a time.

Camera: Fujica ST801
Lens: EBC Fujinon-SW 28mm f/3.5
Film: Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros
Develop: HC-110B

Popular photo spot vs a roll of expired T-MAX 100

I recently got a roll of Kodak T-MAX 100 expired in 2009, it has been lying in my refrigerator for a while. A couple of weeks ago I went to PMQ and saw a photo exhibition of Nicole Tung, featuring works involving Syria children in turmoil.

Before that I had some time to walk around Central and inevitably came across a famous instagram spot on Peel Street… there I was shooting away.

All photos shot with Mamiya M645 1000s, Mamiya-Sekor C 80mm f/2.8 on Kodak T-MAX 100 (exp. 2009), developed in HC-110B.