Showing posts from October, 2012


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.