I love the combination of Rollei Retro 80s film, and a red filter. It adds drama!
Voigtlander Bessa R2M with 35mm/f1.7 Ultron lens and red filter
Rollei Retro 80s film developed in Rodinal
Another image at Quarry Lake Park, near Canmore Alberta. This was around 8 or 8:30 in the morning, and I love the sharp angled dram of morning light; it is my favourite light of the day. The shadows from the stones in the foreground caught my eye
Rolleiflex 3.5E3, Xenotar lens
Ilford FP4+ film, semi-stand developed in Rodinal
This image from High Park, Toronto last weekend was taken on Svema Foto 100 film; this film has a great look but its very thing and flexible polyester base makes it among the most challenging to get loaded onto a film reel for developing. Much cursing in the dark resulted.
Voigtlander R2M rangefinder camera, 35mm/2.5 Color-Skopar lens
Svema Foto 100 film, stand-developed in Rodinal 1+100, 1 hour
In my second post on the beach at Bluffer’s park I am featuring a number of images of driftwood that caught my in the early morning sun this past Saturday. One piece of driftwood in particular really stood out, and is featured in multiple frames. All images created using my Hasselblad 500C/M, shot on Rollei RPX25 film.
A couple of weeks ago, the Toronto Film shooters group had a meet-up in the lower Don Valley, and one of the stops was the old railway bridge. It was the most humid day I could recall for sometime, and compared to my last visit, there was a lot more vegetation: combined with the heavy air, it felt like a tropical rain forest.
Nikon F4, 50mm/1.8 Nikkor D lens
Rollei RPX 25 film, developed in Rodinal