Cabbagetown, Late November Part Two

Rollei Retro 400S is a unique film, made by Agfa in Belgium (yes they are still around but they make for other companies like Maco Direct), it's super contrasty, you don't need yellow filters and it's almost an infrared film really. Originally an aerial survailence film Retro 400S is great for the gloomy weather Toronto gets between October and April. I've never used it on a sunny day. It rocks, and I should try printing with it in the darkroom.

Camera: Canon F-1, FD SSC 50 f1.4 lens, FD 35 f2 chrome nose lens.
Film: Rollei Retro 400S, ID-11 Stock.

Audi on the Side Street

Cabbagetown Side Door

Park Snacks Off Season

Front Gate Near Sumach St

The TOPW Midweek Group

Cabbagetown Alley in November

Row House in November Shadows

Amelia St. Semi Front Porch

Big Lizard

Jet Fuel on Parliament_

Working at Rocket Fuel_


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