Tag: TMax 100

A Different Look

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

 

The Twisted Branch

A complicated branch from a tree in Taylor Creek Park

Kodak Medalist camera with EKtar 100mm/f3.5 lens 
Kodak TMax 100 film (respooled for 620)
Semi-stand developed in Rodinal

Under the Arch

This image is from a recent trip to Riverdale Farm. It was a bright sunny day (the kind that Toronto doesn’t get enough of), so the challenge was to manage the contrast between light and shadow.


Rolleiflex 3.5E3 (Xenotar lens)
Kodak Tmax 100 film, semi-stand developed in Rodinal

Trees in the Road

More forgotten frames from my roll of film with images of Nosehill Park in Calgary. I love how trees started growing again in abandoned roads.

Nikon F4S, Kodak TMax 100 film developed in Rodinal (Semi-stand)

Another Forgotten Frame

I developed another roll of film yesterday that had been sitting in the camera for a while; long enough that I had forgotten what was on it. It turns out the first doen or so frames were from Nose Hill Park, Calgary (taken in 2017). Since I am heading out to Calgary later today, I thought it was a good day to post one image.


Nikon F4S, Kodak Tmax 100 film, semi-stand developed in Rodinal

Ice Formations

The pattern of the waves made for some interesting ice formations by the water at the Scarborough bluffs. The spray would come up through the holes every time the wave hit the shore.


Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Kodak TMax 100 film, developed in Rodinal