Tag: Legacy Pro EcoPro

A Touch of Snow

Three images from my visit to Allan Gardens in Toronto last weekend. A light dusting of snow made for an interesting scene.




All images taken with Nikon F4, 20mm/2.8 Nikkor lens, Kodak Tmax 400 film
Developed in LegacyPro EcoPro Ascorbic Acid developer


I liked the look of this spot inside the Allan Gardens


Nikon F4, 20mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
TMax 400 film, developed in Legacy Pro EcoPro Ascorbic Acid developer


Another image made using my new 20mm Nikkor lens: underneath a bridge near the Dupont subway station in Toronto.


Nikon FM, 20mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
Svema Foto 1oo film, 
developed in LegacyPro EcoPro Ascorbic Acid developer

A New Lens

As part of my gear rationalization project I traded away my Voigtlander 15mm/4.5 (not without some regret) and as part of the deal got a Nikkor AI-S 20mm/2.8 lens in return. It arrived this week and I had a chance to put it through its paces this morning. I think this lens and I well get along fine. 🙂

Entrance to Dupont Subway station, Toronto


Nikon FM, 20mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
Svema Foto 100 film,
developed in LegacyPro Eco Pro Ascorbic acid developer

The Arch

I had never gotten around to shooting this arch before; I will have to go back and try a few different angles with it. I suspect the perfect angle would involve me standing the the middle of a busy intersection. Not safe in this city.


Nikon F4S, 17mm/3.5 Tamron SP lens
Svema Foto 100 film, 
developed in LegacyPro Eco Pro Ascorbic Acid Developer
1+1, 9;20 @ 20 C

So Empty

The Skywalk between Union Station and Rogers Centre in Toronto was very quiet yesterday morning; the lack of people made it seem larger.


Nikon FM, 35mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
Kodak TMax 400 film,
Developed in LegacyPro EcoPro developer

West of Union Station

I went out this morning with my new (to me) Nikon FM and Nikkor 35mm lens, received from my friend Jennifer Grange. The scene below is just west of Union Station in Toronto. After being unused for a number of years, all I had to do was pop in some batteries and it worked like a charm. 🙂