Hillcrest Park

“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…

Fall Colours

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…


At the Don Valley Brickworks, a little marshland oasis tucked into the middle of the City of Toronto. I’m not quite sure what to think of this image — part of me is very drawn to it, but part of me finds it very distracting. Taken with the Rolleiflex on Fuji Acros film, guesstimated exposure,…

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