Monday, December 26, 2005

Since I have the time, here is another batch of photos I took down near St. Lawerance Market back earlier this month with my Leica M3 with 100 asa Agfa APX film. I am amazed at how well the indoor shots turned out.

Saturday, December 24, 2005

Taken on College, the same day.


This is a roll I shot with my second Nikon F one afternoon back in early November in Kensington Market, not holiday themed but some great shots. I was there to meet a woman I hooked up with on an online dating service that shall remain nameless. Well...the date went nowhere and the woman in question was not comfortable with my present life circumstances and bailed. My situation is not unique, I am not going to rant here about being single in Southern Ontario and navigating dating scene that can be best described as shallow, it's a waste of energy. Lets just say all I want for Christmas is a new girlfriend preferablely with a fondness for shooting with older Nikon gear:).

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Ok an epic upload of photos, I had to split them up. I have been using my Olympus
OM-1 which is a jewel of a camera with lens optics that rival Nikon's. Some of these photos look great, some look a little dark from the scanning. I really did not feel like farting around editing them. I am amazed at how well this camera does in low light situations especially in the previous post with the Senator. I had the lens wide open at 1.8 and the lens speed below 1/30 of a second. I am amazed it was sharp as it was.

As Promised, an up load of pictures, taken with an Olympus OM-1 with Fuji Neopan 400 black and white, an uncommon film in these parts.

Saturday, December 03, 2005

I have been negligent in updating the photoblog, call it busy with life. Here are some shots I took last Chirstmas with my Nikkormat Ftn with nikkor 50/1.4, I was using Delta 400 from Ilford. I really like the Christmas tree lot shot with the "Real Trees for Real People" sign. I am going to be busy until the 19th of December so hang tight for the next update.