Taken on a pleasant morning of photography at gardens behind the Don Valley Brickworks. Original on Fuji Reala, converted to B&W and split-toned. From the Rolleiflex, of course.
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Fall colours in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto (resting place of many famous Canadians, including several former Prime Ministers). I took this on a very pleasant Sunday afternoon walk with the family using the Rolleiflex 3.5E on 2007-dated Provia 100F film. The film was obviously stored well — I can see no evidence of fogging…
Posted as-is from a drugstore scan (1500×1000 pixels) of cross-processed Ektachrome GX film. The scans were mostly blown out, but I liked the look. They say that Kodak film works “best” at cross-processing. I have a lot of 120-format Provia lying around, so it might be time to test that hypothesis. I shot this at…
Ruins at Kingsmere
At Kingsmere (the estate of Prime Minister Mackenzie-King), Gatineau Park, Quebec.
From a very early morning walk around the neighbourhood with my little one-year-old. Taken with the Olympus Stylus Epic on Fuji Reala 100 film, scanned at the lab.
Trying to make a pile of dry grass look appealing using the Rolleiflex 3.5E and Fuji 160C film (converted to B&W and toned). I dropped off a few rolls of film at Downtown Camera today — including my first real attempt at cross-processing (35mm Ektachrome 100GX) — keep your fingers crossed!
This miniature forest sits just outside my workplace, which is otherwise surrounded by a featureless suburban industrial park. This image came from the Nikon F90, 50mm lens, Fuji Reala (processed and scanned at the lab).
Dead vine branches
Shot on expired 35mm Fuji Reala, processed and scanned at the lab.
The weather is warmer, the days are longer, and I’m venturing outside and shooting film again. This was taken in the Rolleiflex on slightly expired Fuji (either 160C or Reala, I’ll have to check) and played around with a bit in PS.
This started out life as a full-colour image, shot with the Rolleiflex on expired Provia 100 — then Photoshop got to it.