Tag: Legacy Pro Mic-x

Same Chairs, Different Season

There are a number of these sets of chairs at the Toronto Beaches, and I have featured them a couple of times in the past. This is how they caught my eye in the winter.


Mamiya RZ67, 65mm/4.5 lens
Ilford Delta 400 film @ E.I. 200
developed in LegacyPro MicX developer

Winter Dock

On Saturday I took my Mamiya RZ67 down to the Beaches. It was a very still, very grey day, and sometimes it was hard to see where the water ended and the sky began.


Mamiya RZ67, 65mm/4.5 lens
Ilford Delta 400 @ E.I. 200
developed in LegacyPro MicX developer

The Stark Sun

This post is a series of images taken in Toronto a couple of weeks back in the mid-late afternoon. I love the sun when it is at a low angle; it imposes a sense of drama on downtown buildings. All images taken with my Rolleiflex 3.5E3 on Ilford HP5+ film, developed in LegacyPro MicX developer.



The World of a Child

As I have said before, I don’t often get to create portraits of children, but this past weekend I had the chance to do so with the daughter of a friend in Calgary. My eight year old subject was engaging and enthusiastic, allowing me into her world, and certainly had an interest in the old camera I was using.


Rolleiflex 3.5E3 (Xenotar lens)
HP5+ film developed in LegacyPro Mic-X developer

Different Light

The last time I had the chance to shoot the Peace Bridge in Calgary it was a grey, drizzly day. Last Sunday morning I lucked out and the low-angled late fall sun made for some great lighting.


Rolleiflex 3.5E3 (Xenotar lens)
Ilford HP5+ @ E.I. 320, developed in Legacy Pro MicX developer


Today’s post is the first in a series of film images taken during my time in Vancouver, B.C. last week. Although it did not rain the entire time, there was not a lot of sun, and for the most part the light was measured in degrees of overcast. This image is from Stanley Park.


Hasselblad 500C/M, 80mm/2.8 Planar lens
Ilford HP5+ film @ E.I. 320, developed in LegacyPro Mic-X developer

On the Road Again

I thought this image was well suited for today, as I fly back to Calgary for work for a week, then on to Vancouver for a break. It’s two weeks away from the darkroom and the scanner, so except for a couple of images in the queue the blog will slow down for a bit, or perhaps there will be a few smartphone images. 🙂


Hasselblad 500C/M, 50mm/4 Distagon lens
Rollei RPX100 film developed in LegacyPro MicX