Not much time for photography these days — but yes, I am still alive. Taken on expired Ilford XP2 Super with the Rolleiflex.
Another great post at The Online Photographer — this time showing what photographers can learn from landscape painters. Worth a read for anyone interested more in form and composition than in megapixels or line pair resolution.
At the Montreal Botanical Gardens on a November evening.
All my colour photographs somehow “end up” in B&W — lately in muddy, depressing B&W. This started as a digital colour image (Nikon D70s) and then took on a life (or death) of its own.
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.
“Fine art” photography has taken a back-seat to family photography lately, but I am still alive. Rolleiflex 3.5E, late-afternoon June light, Kodak Tri-X 400, developed in Rodinal. This combination is too grainy in 35mm for my taste, but it works well in 120.
Mike Johnston over at The Online Photographer has a post up today about photography website design and the painful navigational hurdles that some photographers impose on their website visitors. He proposes the idea of “tensets” –selections of a photographer’s 10 (self-chosen) best and most representative images, displayed clearly on the “landing page” of his or…
Developing your own black-and-white film isn’t especially difficult, but it can be tricky to get the hang of the whole process — especially when problems don’t reveal themselves until the very end. Many of the questions that get asked on photography forums relate to troubleshooting the development process. Here, as a community service, are some…
Another image from my productive afternoon of photography at the Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
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…