I ran across an exposed roll of film in one of my camera bags last week, and I had no idea what was on it. It turned to be from Niagara-On-the-Lake last summer. I love pleasant surprises!
Nikon F5 (I think)
Kodak TMax 100 film
While cleaning my home office last week I found an unmarked exposed roll of TMax 100 in 120 format. I had had not idea what was on it, and was pleasantly surprised by the results. The subject was High Park in a sunny day, some time in 2018. Here are three images from that roll.
Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Kodak TMax 100, developed in Xtol Stock
I tend to shoot mainly wide angle and normal lenses, but for the Toronto Film Shooters Photo Walk last Saturday I took out a lens I haven’t used in quite a while: a Nikon 80-200/f4 zoom, from the 1980’s (mounted on my Nikon F5 body). This lens is not small or light, and by today’s standards is not super sharp wide open but I like the different look I was getting. This is an image of photographer friend Daniel Fast, from some distance away.
Nikon F5, Nikkor 80-200/f4 zoom lens at 200mm
TMax 100 film, developed in TMax developer