Tag: Fuji Neopan Acros

Under a Bridge In the Lower Don Valley

I was out this past Sunday morning with my Mamiya RZ67 camera. It is large, fairly heavy and really needs to be mounted on a tripod. I have recently moved away from Large Format/4×5 (you can hear my reasons why on a recent episode of MPP) and am finding that shooting this camera on a tripod gave me everything I needed for that kind of experience, without the downsides.

Mamiya RZ67, 90mm RB lens
Fujifim Neopan Acros film

Back to Film: Window Curtains

We got home yesterday afternoon, so I have been able to start developing the backlog of film I have needing developing. One of the attractions we visited in St. Louis was the Scott Joplin Museum, a house where Joplin lived for a time around the turn of the 20th century. I liked the look and the light of this window in the kitchen.

Rolleiflex 3.5E3 (Xenotar lens)
Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film,
Semi-stand developed in Rodinal 1+100 for 60 minutes

Changing Gear

I finally broke down and got a Hasselblad. Because I am on a self-imposed new gear diet for 2016, the only way to make this happen was to sell some gear. It was a difficult decision, but I think the Hassy and I will get along just fine 🙂


Toronto Beaches, Hasselblad 500C/M, 80mm/2.8 Planar lens
Acros 100 film developed in Rodinal


Everyday Objects 1

It can be a fun challenge to look for everyday objects that can be an interesting composition. This collection of pylons on Queen Street in Toronto caught my eye yesterday

Everyday Objects 1


Rolleiflex E3, Xenotar 75mm/3.5 lens,
Fuji Neopan Acros 100 developed in Rodinal 1+50 13.5 minutes @ 20 C

First From the Rolleiflex

My first blog post with an image with the new (to me) Rolleiflex. This camera is a work of art! Part of the allure of film photography for me is using classic cameras like this; the experience of image creation is as important as the end result.

Tree in Churchyard


Rolleiflex E3, 75mm/3.5 Xenotar lens
Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film, developed in Rodinal 1+50 for 13.5 min @ 20 C

Not a Summer Saturday

On any summer Saturday, this faux temple in Guildwood Park plays host to one wedding party after another, there for wedding photos. No weddings here in the winter!

Guildwood in Winter011.jpg

Pentax 67, 55mm/f3.5 lens, 1/125th @ f8
Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film, EI 80, developed in Rodinal 13.5 minutes @ 20 C.