I love the extreme perspective that the Nikkor 20m/2.8 lens gives to even the most commonplace of structures
Nikon F4S, 20mm/2.8 Nikor lens
Rollei Retro 80s film, developed in Rodinal
Yesterday morning down around the RedPath Sugar Refinery the light was amazing; a bright, low-angled light applied a stark clarity to everything it touched. I was shooting Rollei Retro 80s film, using a red filter to darken the skies and exaggerate the contrast.
Nikon F4, 28mm/2.8 Nikkor lens, red filter
Rollei Retro 80s film
Work has made it a challenge to blog for a few days, but hoping to change that! In the meantime, another image from Fish Creek Provincial Park in Calgary. Considering how sunny and comparatively warm it was there this past week, it’s hard to believe it was this cold and wintery just a few weeks ago.
Nikon F4S, 20mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
Adox CHS 100 film
If you’re a 35mm film shooter you’ve been here: you have a couple of blank frames on a roll of film, and you don’t want to waste them so you look for something, anything to shoot to finish the roll. That was the case for this image: I wanted to see the other shots on the roll, had a few shots left, so on a day where the sun shone brightly onto a table in our sunroom, I got the idea of putting a mask in the sunlight and shooting it with my 55mm Micro-Nikkor macro lens. Very happy with the results!
Nikon F4S, 55mm/3.5 Micro-Nikkor lens
Orwo UN54 film developed in Tmax Developer
This morning my good friend Ori and I met up for an early morning shoot in Scarborough bluffs in Eastern Toronto. These two images were shot using my Nikon F4S, a 28mm/2.8 Nikkor lens, and an oddball film: Eastman 2366, a film meant for creating motion picture positives from negatives, but usable for still photography with developers such as Xtol.