Tag: Legacy Pro EcoPro

Bicycle Posts in Winter

I have always found rows of these bicycle posts interesting, and I like how they looked in the snow.


Rolleiflex 3.5E3 (75mm/3.5 Xenotar lens)
llford HP5+ film, developed in
Legacy Pro EcoPro Ascorbic Acid developer 

Late Fall Portrait

This past weekend I created some portraits of my friend John Russell in Taylor Creek Park. He noticed some tree trunks had been carved at one end, and so we worked it into some of the images.


Hasseblad 500C/M, 150mm/4 Sonnar lens
Ilford HP5+ film, developed in LegacyPro EcoPro Ascorbic Acid developer

Hamilton Supercrawl 1: Portrait of a Stranger

This past Saturday evening I went with photography friend Leon to the Hamilton Supercrawl Street festival to do some street photography. It was a rainy evening, but people were still having fun. The streets were filled with artists selling their creations, and the artisan below saw my Rolleiflex TLR camera and started asking questions about it, so naturally I took the opportunity to create a portrait of a stranger. The Rolleiflex is the perfect ice-breaker in this situation.


Rolleiflex 3.5E3 (Xenotar lens)
HP5+ at EI 800, developed in Legacy Pro EcoPro 1+1 for 14:15

Through a Child’s Eyes

We’ve all seen it: A live performance of some kind, with the adults standing back passively watching, then a child comes up and gets close to the performers and perhaps join in, without the slightest hint of self-consciousness or acceptance of the dividing line between performer and audience. I witnessed one such moment at last weekend’s Open Streets festival as a young girl was entranced by a street band. It was a challenge to create the image; I just had the wide angle on the camera at the time, and I felt I had to take the image from the vantage point of the rest of the audience, so it would appear that I was merely taking photographs of the band, given the antipathy of so many to street photography today, especially when children are involved.

This image has been through a couple of treatments, and this is the final version, with a fair amount of cropping, but leaving enough space to show how the child had become an audience of one.

OPen Streets F4 UN54 035

Nikon F4S, 28mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
ORWO UN54 film developed in Legacy Pro EcoPro developer