Tag: Tri-X

Night Street

The first of a few more images of Toronto at night, shot on Tri-X, pushed to EI 3200.

Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f.17 Voigtlander Ultron lens
Kodak Tri-X film, E.I. 3200, 2 hour semi-stand development in Rodinal 1+100

A Cold Night

It was a very cold night in the Distillery District recently, but it was still fun doing some available light photography.

Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f.17 Voigtlander Ultron lens
Tri-X @ EI 3200. 2 hour semi-stand development in Rodinal 1+100

Two Solitudes – Another Take

After a fun Nikkormat – themed photowalk with my friend Bill Smith, we ducked into a pub for a beer. From our table facing the front of the restaurant I couldn’t help but notice a couple who seemed oblivious to each other, and were glued to their phones. I couldn’t resist the image, so I picked up the Nikkormat  with a 105mm/2.5 lens, and shot a few frames wide open at 1/60th of a second, guessing on the exposure (since the camera did not have a functioning meter) and hoping  I could get one frame of Tri-X sufficiently sharp. I got lucky.

W. Bill NKMT TX MicX  005

Morning Light

From my recent weekend in Hamilton. Walking around the downtown core around 8 am I loved seeing how the morning light lit up old buildings such as this one.

Hamilton MMPR 2016041

Rolleiflex 3.5E3, Xenotar lens
Tri-X film

Stories and Memories

I had the pleasure of hanging out with my good friend Ken Bole last weekend, in his “basement bar” which contains his extensive and eclectic collection of objects, souvenirs and books. What I found fascinating about the collection was that each object represented a story and a memory, and to me at least the stories and memories are what are truly memorable. The objects themselves are receipts in a sense; evidence of a life richly led.



Hasselblad 500C/M, 50mm/4 Distagon
Tri-X film developed in Ilfosol 3
Toned in post