On the two latest episodes of My Photography Podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with pinhole photographers Kathrena Revera and Moni Smith. Their passion for their craft and their amazing work inspired me to finally try pinhole photography. I am using my 4×5 Speed Graphic camera, with a 0.3mm pinhole in place of a lens, and though I am still at the experimental “dialing it in” phase of my work I am excited with the results. Both images below were shot on Fomapan 100 film. The exposure for the first image was 6.5 minutes, the second 1 minute, 15 seconds.
Last Monday at Bluffer’s Park I noticed these plants. I liked the backlighting on them but the glare of the sun plus the breeze moving the plants around made for tricky shooting and it took a few attempts to get these two images using my Nikon F4 and 28mm lens, shooting on Rollei RPX film
Back to Toronto Harbour; my eye was caught by three different kinds of boats: he tall ship in the background, the utility boat in the foreground right, and the kayaks on the left, stored and waiting for spring.
Nikon F4S, 20mm/2.8 Nikkor lens
Kodak TMax 400 film
Another view in the Bloor/Dundas area, of the pedestrian bridge that goes over the train tracks. Taken with my Rolleiflex on Rollei RPX 400 film.
Also, my personal podcast, MPP is back, with more of a focus on photography.