Ya, I know they aren’t real wet plate tintypes. But it’s still fun. Both portraits taken with iPhone 13 Pro Max, using Tintype app.
I am really enjoying using Flic Film‘s Black, White & Green Developer. Environmentally friendly, economical and I love the results. This is from under a bridge in Toronto. The HP5 Plus film was pushed one stop but the grain still looks good.
In a city of expensive real estate, resulting in a housing crisis for many, I am surprised this ramshackle house is still in its present condition. It looks like it could tell a story to two!
Recently I was out with my Wednesday photowalk friends and we ran across a kayak rental on the Humber River here in Toronto. I loved the look of the kayaks stored together, like puzzle pieces.
From a recent Wednesday outing. iPhone 13 Pro Max, post work in Hipstamatic app.
Paul is a member of a photography group I have joined. Great guy!
It was fun meeting up with Alex, along with her husband Alan who is a good friend of mine and has also appeared in the Only Cafe Portrait Series himself. Als always for this project I used my Sony A7ii camera and vintage Helios 44 lens.
This storefront in the Junction neighbourhood in Toronto caught my eye.
This town in Ontario won’t get as much press as the Paris in France, but is still worth visiting! I was out there earlier this year with some photography friends and had a lovely day.
I took all of these images with my Olympus OM-2n with a 25A red filter, on Rollei Retro 80s film.
I was outside the Art Gallery of Ontario recently, and saw some interesting reflections. I took a few images with my iPhone and straightened the perspective to some degree. But I do like the crooked look.