Monday, September 19, 2011

Spring Spring Miriam Miriam 2 From the Friends of Bill Project, an open ended portrait series of friends and colleagues shot on a variety of gear and film. In this case: Mamiya C220f, 105 F3.5 Sekor lens (great for portraits). Film: Kodak Tmax 400, Tmax developer 1+4.

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Looking Down Bay St. Wow, City Days and City Nights opens this Saturday at 1 PM at Sovereign House in Oakville A little background on this project: I tapped my friend Les lengyel who was part of the In the Shadow of the GTA Greenbelt project last year and my brother Alex to do something really different in terms of subject. Everyone loves landscapes in the countryside but there is beauty in the city too. The goal of City Days and City Nights is highlight the urban landscape not to make a grand statement but to show when you start looking around you will see some interesting stuff, sometimes in the morning other times late at night. I hope to see you there, for further information and directions please visit the City Days and City Nights site.

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Mono Cliffs August 2011

You can never keep me away from Mono Cliffs Provincial Park for too long. Camera: Asahi Pentax Spotmatic F, various Super Multicoated Takumar lenses. Film: Legacy Pro (Fuji Neopan) 400, Xtol 1+1. Scanned with Vuescan interface and tweaked in Aperture. Just outside of Mono Cliffs Corner Barn Side Trail Scan-110831-0009 Scan-110831-0010 Ceder Trunks. Scan-110831-0013 Scan-110831-0015 Scan-110831-0014