The second roll of film I placed through the FX-3 was a roll of Ilford HP5+, and on the whole it wasn’t what I had hoped given how loved that film stock is. Most pictures felt very flat and lacking detail. There is a focus issue I’m hacking, but even allowing for that it didn’t make me happy. I’ve since looked at the Flickr HP5+ groups, and all the photos I like are 120 format rather than 135 - I suspect that hides the grain enough to make things stand out.
This picture was one of the only ones I liked from that roll - yet another attempt to capture symmetry and contrast on the old University of Cambridge Senate House. This was taken at f/16, which might explain why it’s in much better focus than anything else I took with that roll.