Tag: MIcrodol-X

A Tiny Chair

This chair (meant for a doll) was made from clothes pegs. I thought it look interesting in the light that came through the blinds.

Nikon N90s 35mm SLR, 55m/f3.5 Micro-Nikkor lens
Kodak TMax 400 film, developed in Microdol-X

Off Season

In the vicinity of Taylor Creek Park is a skateboarding park. At this time of year it doesn’t seem to get a whole lot of action, at least not on a Sunday morning.

Rolleiflex 3.5 E3, Xenotar lens
Ilford HP5+ film developed in Microdol-XΒ 

What Caught My Eye

The combination of the torn poster the expression of the child and the location of this boarded up building on Pape Avenue in Toronto caught my eye recently.


Nikon N90s, 20mm/f2.8 Nikkor lens
TMax 400 developed in Microdol-X

Letting the Sun Take Over

This image is from last Saturday morning: shooting into the sun in Harbourfront, I did not adjust the exposure, to get an under-exposed, silhouette look.


Nikon N90s, 20mm/f2.8 Nikkor lens
Kodak TMax 400 film developed in Microdol-X

Forgotten Frame

Yes I have too many cameras, and what can happen is a camera gets neglected for a while with a half shot roll of film and I forget what is on it until I develop. I finished a roll in my Nikon N90S 35mm SLR yesterday, and was surprised to see images from Heritage Park in Calgary from 2017. This image is from inside the Gasoline Alley exhibit.


Nikon N90S, Kodak TMax 400 film

Morning Light at an Old Location

I’ve shot inside the Eaton Centre on a regular basis, and it can be hard to find new angles/looks. When I was there last Saturday to shoot the new walkway again the angled morning light gave the interior of the mall an interesting look.


Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Ilford HP5+, developed in Microdol-X