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.
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.
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.
In yesterday’s post I featured images created using long discontinued Kodak Technical Pan. Thankfully, there is a worthy successor still being made today: Rollei ATP 1.1. This is another slow speed film with extremely fine grain and sharpness, but also requiring special handling in development. This first roll was developed using Rollei RLC Low contrast developer, which does a great job, but is not cheap. I have more of this film coming, and I will test one roll using Rodinal, a much less expensive developer, to see if I can get comparable results.
Mamiya RZ67, 65mm Mamiya C lens
Rollei ATP 1.1 film @ E.I. 20
Developed in Rollei RLC Low contrast developer, 1+4, 6 minutes @ 20C