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Beflountain over the Christmas Holidays

Camera: Olympus OM-2n, Lens: Zuiko 24 f2.8
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in HC110 dilution B.

More Fun with ORWO UN 54

Yeah I've shot this bridge to death...

Camera: Nikon F2S, various Nikkor Lenses.
Film: ORWO UN 54, Xtol 1+1 for 6 min 45 seconds at 20c/68f.

Messing Around with a New Film: ORWO UN54

Camera: Olympus OM-2n (until it jammed up solid) various Zuiko Lenses
Film: ORWO UN 54 processed in Xtol 1+1 for 6 minutes 45 seconds at 20c. Exposed at 100 ISO.

ORWO UN54 is a medium speed motion picture film that can be shot as "still film" and I really like what I got out of my test roll.


True Fall is only a few short weeks of bright colour before all the leaves fall and the cold returns.

From Dundas Valley Conservation Area

Camera: Nikon F2, Nikkor H 28 f3.5 lens,
Film: fuji Pro 400H

Odds and Ends from a Nikon F and one Roll of Tri-X

Camera: Nikon F Photomic Ftn circa 1971
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Xtol 1+1.

There's no overall theme in this post other than this came from one particular camera and roll of film shot over the course of three months (August, September and October).

Portraiture with a 50mm Lens

Shot over my birthday lunch with my friend Lindsay. I might make this into a few prints so Lindsay can give them to her parents and boyfriend.

On a technical note in this shot, this has to be my favourite form of lighting for portraiture, commonly known as the Rembrandt look.

Camera: Leica M3 with the 50 f2 collapsible Summicron lens.
Film: My last roll of Kodak Plus X 125 processed in Xtol 1+1.

More Dundas Valley Conservation Area.

Camera: Olympus OM-2n, Zuiko 28 f2.8 lens
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in HC110 dilution B for 6 min 30 seconds.
Location: Dundas Valley Conservation Area.

Can't believe this is only a half hour drive from home.

Back to Dundas Valley and Sherman Falls

There's more to come later this fall from these parts.

All shot on a Hasselblad 500CM with Zeiss 80 f2.8 lens
Film: Sherman Falls: Fomapan 100 and the Hermitage Ruins: Kodak Tri-x 400.

September Hike

Summer's almost done but I'm not done with it quite yet.

Shot around Caledon Ontario and Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
Camera: Olympus OM-1n, various Zuiko lenses.
Film: Kodak Ektar 100 C-41 film.

More Glamour from the Alley

A follow up from the last post from Graffiti Alley with Alicia and Xenia.

Camera: Nikon F Photomic Ftn, Nikkor S 50 f1.4 lens.
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Xtol 1+1.

Square Glamour

Camera: Mamiya C220, 105 f3.5 Sekor lens
Film: Ilford HP5 400, Ilfotec DDX 1+4
Model: Alicia S.
Location: An alley way somewhere deep in Toronto.

Square Colour From Civic Holiday Monday

Camera: Version 1 Series E Rolleiflex with the 75 f3.5 Zeiss Planar lens,
Film: Kodak Ektar 100,
Location: Beflountain Ontario and Forks of the Credit Provincial Park.