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.
So much of my work continues to look gloomy…
Near the Brickworks in Toronto recently.
I can’t help be worried about the world we are living in right now: war, climate change, disease and the rise of rightwing extremism. It seems most of my non-portrait photography also reflects my concerns.
A bit of a different approach to my Only Cafe Portrait project this time around. It was later in the day when a few of use got together, and the light was different. Still I like this image of my friend Lisa.
Recently I sat down with my friend, photographer and fellow Classic Camera Revival Podcast host Chrissie Wu for my Only Cafe Portrait Project. The light was a bit challenging that day but I am still happy with what we got.
Another entry in my Only Cafe Portrait Series project. Last Sunday it was my photography friend Francesco Cuppa.
A couple of weeks ago we had a very warm sunny Sunday, (at least by the standards of Toronto in March). That mean a lot of melting snow and ice, and reflections in the sunlight.
It’s been a rather jarring week. This image has symbolism for me, as I wonder what is behind the next door.
After a hiatus due to Covid restrictions, my Only Cafe Portrait Project is back in business!
This week I had the pleasure of meeting up with my friend Elana Harte-O’Neill. She’s a smart, energized and very talented musician, and we had a great chat!!
As always for this project, the camera was my Sony A7ii and the lens was my vintage Helios 44.
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