Yesterday morning in the Beaches. The light was soft and gentle, welcoming you into the day.
Category: Analog Film
A Path Through a Park
Another image using long-expired HP5 Plus film. I really like the look!
Under a Bridge
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.
Withrow Park, Toronto
In a park not far from home, in May of this year. I shot both images with my Rolleiflex 3.5E3 camera on Ilford Delta 400 film.
Earlier this spring I went to Elora, Ontario along with a few other photo friends. Walking in the park near the river gorge, the light was subtle, dim, and quite atmospheric.
A Cold Day in Tobermory
Earlier this year I spent a couple of days in Tobermory, Ontario. The first day was unseasonable cold, with rain, mist and fog. It made for some great atmosphere in the harbour though! I took both images with my Rolleiflex 3.5E3, using Ilford HP5+ film, pushed one stop to EI 800.
Lines on the Beach
I took this image earlier this year on a grey day in the Beaches in Toronto. The lines in the fence reminded me of the COVID disease graphs that have become part of our reality since 2022.
Revisiting Delta 400 film
I have never been a huge fan of Ilford’s Delta 400 film, but recently as part of a trade I got a few rolls of it in 120 format. It was long-expired (2006) but I was told it had been frozen. I decided to shoot … Continue reading Revisiting Delta 400 film
A Foggy Day by Lake Ontario
Last Sunday was a gloomy, foggy day by the shores of Lake Ontario in Toronto, but I was still happy with some images I got with my Hasselblad.
A Trip to Liberty Village
I was recently visiting a friend in Liberty Village, Toronto. I took along my Olympus OM-2, loaded with a roll of Kodak Plus-X, over 20 years expired.