You don't normally think of black and white film as the perfect way to capture the last summer weekend at the beach, but I happened to have a roll in my bag and wanted to play around with silhouettes. Luckily the roll was 100 speed Fuji Neopan Acros instead of my usual Kodak Tri-X 400. With the maximum shutter speed of 1/500 of a second on the Hasselblad, I was just barely able to take these shots in extremely bright conditions. With a 400 speed film, I would have had to pull the Tri-X 400 two stops (develop at 100 ISO instead of the box speed of 400 ISO) or use a filter. These shots probably would have benefited from a filter anyway, but I didn't have one with me. I was happy with every shot from this twelve shot roll; here are a handful.
I developed this roll in Kodak Xtol developer at 22C for 6 minutes.
And of course I had to capture my favorite subject.