Tag: Sugar Beach

Postcard From the Dystopia

I love the Beaches District in Toronto; I love Bluffers Park. Then there is Sugar Beach: a sad little boxed in spot, with a great view of a factory, and no shortage of “No Swimming signs.” I’ve shot there a few times as I find it fascinating, at the same time it repulses me.



Both images shot using Nikon F 35mm SLR, 24mm/2.8 Nikkor lens.
Rollei Retro 80S film, developed in Rodinal
Toned in post

Fisheye Friday

This week my Lensbaby Fisheye optic arrived. Inserted in my Lensbaby muse assembly, it requires focussing by squeezing on the bellows, making for a bit of a challenge, but it is a lot of fun! This morning I tried it out at Sugar Beach here in Toronto ( a surrealistic location if you ask me), and I love what the exaggerated perspective does at this location!

Sugar Beach


Nikon D7100, ISO 400, Post-processing with Nik SilverEfex Pro 2