I don’t really do much night shooting, and certainly wouldn’t with this camera/film combination – a plastic Imperial Savoy loaded with expired Ektachrome 64X. So it’s nice when all sorts of things just come together and give that weird appearance of a night shot taken with a flash.
Sure, if you look closely, you’ll see sunny skies reflected in the widows, but that shadows could be cast by car headlights parked just along the street behind. And that light leak at the top of the frame could be from the flash itself.
‘Over Deep Silence’
Camera: Imperial Savoy (c1956)
Film: Kodak Ektachrome 64X (x-10/1996)