Around Close to Home

Kodak Tri-X 400, a stalwart black and white film, Tmax developer originally designed for T-grained films. I never tried them together, oh boy do these photos look great! I shot around Oakville Harbour and the old part of town two weeks ago. The camera of choice was the classic Pentax Spotmatic F and of course the Takumar glass is amazing.

Up until recently I always processed Tri-X in either Xol, D76 or HC110 dilution B, what I got from my Fomapan 400 roll by using Tmax developer blew my mind so of course I have to experiment. What you see below I would print in the darkroom. Of course I bought another bottle of Tmax developer.

Camera: Asahi Pentax F, SMC Takumar lenses.
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400, Tmax Developer 1+4

Waterfront Trail and Fluffy Clouds

Off to the Boats

Line up of Sailboats

Patch of Ferns

Classic Mustang Convertable

Lakeside Seating in a Mini Park_

Where Water St. Becomes Robinson St

Very Late afternoon on 16 Mile Creek

Walking Along Lakeshore After Dinner

Serving Dinner Al Fresco


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