Here is the first roll of film I ran through my most recent equipment aquisition a Nikon F2, I only had a Nikkor Auto S 50/1.4 lens on it. I wish I had my 35 wideangle lens for some of the shots, oh well I was traveling light last Saturday. Secondly there was a request from the studio audience from Kevin Tighe of Rona lansing in Oakville, a co worker of mine who wanted to see some of my colour work. As requested here it is, I used Kodak ProFoto Asa 100 colour film I purchased off a friend who got it from Eastern Europe. This emulsion is not available in the Americas, interesting to work with and I have 4 more rolls. Not quite as user friendly as Fuji Colour film which I consider my favourite. So enjoy the photos which were taken down by Queen St. and the DVP save for the top shot which was taken from the West End, guess where? Bill
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Took these shots in and around the Caledon Ski Club on Boxing Day as I went up to collect my skis to be tuned. I should have gone skiing then as the hill these days looks more like Late March than mid winter. Actually, what happened to winter? I used my Olympus OM-1 with Kodak Tri-x. Don't ask me how the farm field looks like it got the seipia treatment, happy accident. Skiing is my winter sport and this year I am missing it bad due to all the mild weather we have been getting. So much for the colder than average winter, that should jinx us into a cold snap.
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This is a short post as I have half a roll full of Halloween pictures from work and I really don't want to upload co-workers without their blessing. The other half was taken around Chirstmas on really cold day with a Kiev III with a Jupiter 12 35 wideangle lens on. I especially like the shot with the drydocked Search and Rescue Boat near TOWARF.