The other day I posted one of the four photos I managed to take inside the Vadstena Abbey Church and described why it was so difficult to photograph anything there in that post. Since then, I’ve finished digitizing all the rolls of film I shot in Sweden and I think the second one of the four from the church may be my most favorite portrait’ish shot of all the film photos I took in Sweden. It’s my oldest daughter photographing something inside the church. I love her facial expression, the intense concentration on what she is photographing, and how the light falls on her and behind her.
(Mamiya RZ67, 110mm lens, Kodak Tri-X 400 pushed to 1600, developed in Ilford DD-X)