Tag: Nikon F


Another shot from my extended photo walk last Saturday. The man was selling something (some kind of spirituality perhaps), and actually had gotten someone to stop and listen.

Trying to Convince


(Nikon F, 105mm f2.5 lens, Tri-X developed in Xtol 1:1)


Another image from my extended photo walk this past weekend. The camera (Nikon F, late 60’s/early 70’s) was old. The lens (24mm Nikkor wide-angle, mid-late 60’s) was old. The film was some Kodak Max ISO 400, a number of years past its expiration date. (We won’t even mention the photographer!). The building is old. Put all this oldness together, and I like the result. 🙂

Old building off King St Toronto

Water Pipes

I was out recently in downtown Toronto with my Nikon F 35mm SLR, with a 105mm.f2.5 lens attached. This lens is a classic, and is certainly one of my favourites. I was drawn to take this image by the gleaming metal, surrounded by salt and snow.

Water Pipes

(Shot on Tri-X film, box speed, developed in xTol 1:1)

Sneaking a Smoke

As an ex-smoker I have to feel some sympathy for people who still smoke. I took this picture yesterday in downtown Toronto outside the Eaton Centre. Was he hiding from the wind, or the no smoking sign he was so close to?

Sneaking a smoke

(Nikon F, 50mm f1.4 lens, Ilford Delta 400 at Box speed, developed in HC-110, dilution B)