Hi all, just got my first film back from my "new" Nikon F3HP :hail: . Still using XP2 Super and I like the results. Out of a roll of 36 I got 25 that are acceptable to me from an exposure and sharpness point of view. bearing in mind that all the candids were shot from the hip I don't think that's too bad:mrgreen: . Anyhoo, all comments welcome. Please bear in mind my crappy scanner does not do these prints justice with regards to their contrast or sharpness. 1) Couple of ladies shooting the breeze. 2) A bit of good old prejudice. 3) This young lad was seriously unhappy about being on the stall. He was also watching me from the corner of his eye to make sure I wasn't lifting anything! 4) New business. he posed for the shot but I think his venture is doomed. 5) This guy was rolling a smoke. On closer inspection he had an interesting face, but when I turned round he was gone! 6) Pet shop guy. Struggling against the big stores he spends a lot of hours at this window. 7) Down the flea market. 8) Old couple in an animated conversation. 9) I found this whilst shooting a landscape with my new 20mm lens. ordinarily i would have a macro zoom with me but left it out for my lightmeter so I had to make the best go of it with a 28mm. i went back later and the scene was all ruined and the snail gone! 10) Perhaps can't read ;-) 11) The fish man, taken with his permission. I plan to go back in the winter and get his lit caravan isolated against the dark. Apparently his name is Mr Turtle! 12) Old and new. The grain in the door in the original is beautiful. taken up close with my 20mm lens as it borders a busy road. 13) One of the best from my " on the run" series (see thread "To ask or not" for the details). I set exposure +1 stop to try and allow for the back lights. ideally flash but then it wouldn't be discrete! 14) Archway to a communal yard behind terraced houses in a very working class area. The door shows signs of punching, perhaps an indicator of the tensions that arise from living in cramped conditions, possibly on low income. All taken with a Nikkor 28mm unless stated. For the "hip" shots I set focus to about 7' and aperture to F8. This gave a focus range from about 15 to 4 feet on my lens. I let the camera set shutter through auto setting. Thanks for looking, Lol All comments welcome!