Showing posts from February, 2013

Winter In Colour

All shot on the 2013 Winter Photography Outing with the Oakville Camera Club up in Belfountain Conservation Area and surrounding neighbourhood. I really love shooting with my Nikon FM2, especially in the winter. The Canadian Government used them up in the high arctic because it was the only camera that would function in temperatures as low as -40c, I don't think the replacement DSLRs would last anywhere near as long out there. Camera: Nikon FM2 and the 35 F2 Ais Lens mostly. Film: Fuji Pro 400 H. 

Landscapes with Hasselblads

Camera: Hasselblad 500CM, Zeiss 80 f2.8 Planar lens. Film: Ilford Delta 100, HC110 Dilution B. Location Belfountain Conservation Area Hasselblads while considered a studio camera is really good for doing landscapes. I'm still blown away at how nice the images look with that magic combination of lens, film and developer. 

A Winter Walk in the Woods is a Good Thing

Life has been getting a little too interesting lately and not in a good way. Sometimes a walk in the woods, in this case Forks of the Credit Provincial Park in the dead of winter is the perfect place to find some solitude and a chance to think. Camera: Olympus OM-1n, various Zuiko Lenses Film: Ilford Delta 100, HC110 Dilution B.