Tag: Guildwood Park

In Stereo

I am having fun with my Revere Stereo 33 camera (replacing a Stereo Realist that has major issues) ! These are a couple my first colour stereo pair images (with Fuji C-41 colour negative film), taken in Guildwood Park recently. To view them properly I … Continue reading In Stereo

Early Morning in the Guildwood

I have not been to Guildwood Park in Scarborough for quite some time, but I went out early last Saturday morning. Around 7 am I had the park to myself, except for a couple of joggers.

Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Ilford HP5+ film, developed in Cinestill DF96 Monobath

 

 

Familiar Ground

It is nice to combine a familiar location (Guildwood Park in Scarborough) with a model and collaborator I have worked with many times (Cate). Except for a million flying insects, last Monday was a great day for shooting.

Cate

Nikon D7100, 50mm/1.8 Nikkor D lens
Post editing in LightRoom and Nik Efex

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!

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

Background as Foreground

One more image from this past weekend’s shoot with Jennifer. As I think I’ve mentioned before, my strong preference for portraits is close-up: I am captivated by the human landscape of the face. I have to force myself to at least some of the time take a few steps back and attempt a portrait that is as much about the background as it is the subject. Guildwood Park in Toronto has a lot of great backgrounds to use, and as soon as I saw this sculpture, I knew that it would be perfect for a non-close-up image.

Jennifer against the stone

(Mamiya 645 Pro TL, 80mm f2.8 lens, Tri-X @ E.I. 800, developed in Diafine 3+3. negative scanned, and post-processed using Nik Silver Efex Pro 2)