Tag: Scarborough Bluffs

One More From Bluffers

This image was shot on Kodak TMax 400, which also seems quite responsive to using a red filter to make the sky more dramatic.


Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f1.7 Ultron lens with red filter
Kodak TMax 400 film, developed in TMax developer

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Bluffer’s Park 2

Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f1.7 Ultron lens with red filter
Rollei Retro 80s film developed in Rodinal

Ice Formations

The pattern of the waves made for some interesting ice formations by the water at the Scarborough bluffs. The spray would come up through the holes every time the wave hit the shore.


Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Kodak TMax 100 film, developed in Rodinal

Almost Into the Sun

My 50mm/f4 Zeiss Distagon lens is one of my favourites, and it continues to surprise me.  I wasn’t quite pointing at the sun in the image from the Scarborough Bluff’s on New Year’s Day, but it was certainly in the sun’s direction. Flare is not an issue at all. (Of course having a lens hood on the lens helps).


Hasselblad 500 CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Ilford HP5+ film, developed in Microdol-X

Frozen Rock

Back to The Scarborough Bluffs New Year’s Day outing.


Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Ilford HP5 Plus film, developed in Microdol-X

First Shoot of 2018

For the last few years I have a tradition where I make a point of going out to shoot film on January 1st, regardless of the weather or how I feel. It means it’s one more year where I can say I shot film, regardless of whatever else happens.

Yesterday morning was bright and sunny (but rather chilly). A good day to shoot at Bluffer’s Park in Scarborough, Ontario with my good friend Bill Smith.


Hasselblad 500CM Camera, 50mm/f4 Distagon lens
Ilford HP5+ film, developed in Microdol-X developer