Showing posts from December, 2011

Family Shot

Back in October an old dear friend Anne Headon reached out to me via Facebook with a favour, she wanted some family portraits taken with her partner Glenn and son Will. I have known Anne since high school and I'm friends with her older brother David. Turns out her partner Glenn and I grew up in the same part of Montreal (Montreal West/Western NDG), it felt great meeting someone from the old neighbourhood who remembered landmarks and I wound up making a new friend from this photo shoot. From what I took that day in the fall I think this image captures the joy of this family and Will is the spitting image of his dad.

Walking Up Hazleton Avenue

Photography in December in my part of the world is a fleeting opportunity with the late sunrises and early sunsets. I was fortunate to have a nice afternoon walking around Yorkville in Toronto last Sunday. I like the residential part of Hazleton Avenue with it's late 19th century architecture. If you have to ask how much the row houses are, you can't afford them. Camera: Series E Rolleiflex with a 75 f3.5 Zeiss Planar Lens. Film: Ilford HP5 400 processed in Xtol 1+1.