Thursday, March 30, 2006






More from the Forks of the Credit adventure, again taken with a Nikon F2, Nikkor-O 35f2.0 lens. Ilford FP4 125 and deep yellow filter. The scanner got recalibrated so the images seem a little nicer.



A short posting, I was driving up Mississauga Road up to Belfountain Ontario with a Nikon F2 with a Nikkor O 35 f2 lens with a deep yellow filter. The film was Ilford FP4 125. Looks like I have some time on my hands now as I am between jobs, any further output will be dependant on availablity of funds.

Saturday, March 25, 2006











We have been here before, only this time its in colour with Kodak Pro Foto 100 colour and I used a Canon Canonet QL17 GIII. I love the 40mm almost wide angle, I am thinking of getting the Voightlander SL for Nikon in 40 f.2 in the future when my tax refund comes.

Bill







So this is my part II with Delta 3200 Black and white, in this case run through a Pentax SV, I wish I had a wide angle lens for Honest Ed's. The interior bar shot was at C'est What at a gathering of Toronto Area Photobloggers, it was nice to meet fellow photographers and put some faces to some blogs. On my way back to the car, I wound up shooting a game of shinny on the Esplanade, it looked like it was between the marketing department of InBev the owner of Labatts and their ad agency.

Sunday, March 12, 2006







It was really cold with the windchill last Saturday, I took all these shots at the Distillery District with my Olympus OM-1 with Kodak Plus X-125 film.

Bill

Saturday, March 11, 2006





This is a test. I am scanning proofs from 6x6 negatives from a Rolleiflex TLR. This photo was taken by the Lake, Dingle Park Oakville with Ilford PanF asa 50 last weekend.

Sunday, March 05, 2006





This should be titled, "Further Adventures with a Canonet QL17 GIII".
The two bottom shots were taken outside the Law Society of Upper Canada last Saturday morning just after a rare for this winter snowfall and later that same day the interior shots at Balzac's down in the Distillery District. I used Ilford HP5 400 black and white.