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Toronto Film Shooters (TFS): ​​​​​​​The May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

June 03, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

I tried to inventory my participation at the Toronto Film Shooters events and failed. That is what I get for not adding a common tag to the photos, like TFS. Going by memory and a brief browse through my photos, I identified at least four. Two in Toronto, one in Niagara on the Lake, and one in Burlington.

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La Boheme Café, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Unfortunately, the Burlington one, called Winter Stoic 2020, was my last one for a long while. It was at the end of January 2020 and most will remember what happened shortly after. When the world reopened, I was very slow to rejoin the TFS walks. We made a few family trips to Canada, including Toronto, but it was not until May 25, 2024 that I finally joined the group again for The May Midtown Walk.

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Duke of Kent Pub, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

For this walk, I packed a single camera, my Nikon FE2. While it’s my Nikon FE that holds the most nostalgia and also stays as my most frequent go-to camera, I have given the FE2 much more use in 2023 and 2024. The initial lens of choice was the original metal version of the 50mm Nikkor f/1.8 pancake lens while the backup was a 24mm f/2.8. In the end, the 50mm lens stayed on the camera for the whole walk.

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Younge Street Construction, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

As far as film went, I waited to load the camera until the last minute. It was cloudy, raining, and dark, but it was supposed to improve. When it became clear we’d head out of the La Boheme cafe under overcast skies I loaded Agent Shadow 400 and set my ISO dial to 800 for a later +1 stop push in development. While the weather did improve in the end the 800 speed did not prove to be problematic. I figured that if any blue sky showed up I’d just add my favorite orange filter, thus knocking the exposure value down to 200. I never ended up doing that.

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Zezafoun Syrian Cuisine, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

The starting point was at La Boheme. While most TFS walks start with a breakfast and coffee and end with lunch this was a later walk starting with lunch and ending with, well, beer. The basic outline of the root was a simple U. Heading south on Yonge Street, veering off a bit to the west and returning east via the Kay Gardiner Beltline Trail, eventually winding north onto the Mt. Pleasant Road. The reward was waiting at Belsize House but I did not feel I deserved a reward in the form of another meal. Thus, a pint of beer it was.

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The Study Academy Doors, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

After a relaxing hour or so, I decided to walk downtown to re-join my family. They joined me for the drive to Toronto but went about their own exploration. I expected a long walk but it was even longer in the end. I finished the day with about 23,000 steps and definitely deserved a dinner at that point. The choice was Thai Red Curry.

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The Study Academy Walls, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

The Study Academy Bell, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkThe Study Academy Bell, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

The Study Academy Bell, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

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Residential Parking, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Global Pet Foods, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkGlobal Pet Foods, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Global Pet Foods, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Nevizade, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkNevizadde, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Nevizade, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Best Coffee Ever, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkBest Coffee Ever, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Best Coffee Ever, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Fresh Buy Market, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkFresh Buy Market, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Fresh Buy Market, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Subway Trains, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkSubway Trains, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Subway Trains, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Subway Tracks & Train, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkSubway Tracks & Train, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Subway Tracks & Train, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Daily Food Mart, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkDaily Food Mart, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Daily Food Mart, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Starving Artist, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkStarving Artist, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Starving Artist, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

Regent Arts Centre, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo WalkRegent Arts Centre, Midtown TorontoToronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk

Regent Arts Centre, Toronto Film Shooters (TFS) May 2024 Midtown Photo Walk
Photographed with a 35mm Nikon FE2 camera on Agent Shadow 400 Black & White Negative Film

I look forward to joining another walk sooner than in 4 years!

Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! #etbtsy

Do you enjoy reading my photography blog? Would you like to see more photographs from Buffalo and Western New York? Visit my Buffalo Cityscapes and Buffalo & Western New York Landscapes and enjoy! For more travel photography, my Travel Photography gallery offers an interesting mix of places all around. And for more black and white photography hop over to the World without Color photo collection.

Mardi Gras Masks, Downtown Pensacola, Florida. Nikon FE, Ilford Delta 100 Film, D-23.Mardi Gras Masks, Pensacola, FloridaTravel Photography Plaza Ferdinand VII Sculpture, Downtown Pensacola, Florida. Nikon FE, Ilford Delta 100 Film, D-23.Plaza Ferdinand VII Sculpture, Pensacola, FloridaTravel Photography Historic Chautauqua Belle Steamboat at Harbor Hotel, Celoron, New York near Jamestown, NYChautauqua BelleTravel Photography


Cyanotypes XV: Different Take on Travel Photography

May 29, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

I really enjoy printing photographs, holding the prints in my hands, flipping through them, letting my mind be triggered and go places. However, storage of large amounts of prints is definitely an issue. There is no room for that, whether in albums or in boxes. And it seems like boxes just defeat the purpose, don't they?

I also enjoy analog printing processes, whether it be a traditional wet darkroom or alternative processes like cyanotypes. Both methods require a good chunk of time and that forces me to pick and choose carefully, print sparingly, and thus it solves, at least partially, the storage issue. So far, my black and white darkroom prints fit in a single portfolio album and my mostly 5" x 7" cyanotypes go into sleeves in a large 3" binder. And both of those are easily accessible anytime I want to take a trip down the memory lane.

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Bon Secour Alley, Cyanotype, Alabama, An Original Hand-Made 5" x 7" Cyanotype
Chemically Printed on a Hand-Coated Artist's Loft L2 Watercolor Paper

I also enjoy participating in various photo exchanges to send my memories around the world. My most favorite ones are the most simple ones where a single photo postcard is sent out and in exchange one received back. It's an old-fashioned version of social media. It's a bit sad that snail mail for interpersonal interaction seems to be disappearing. Yes, it takes time to prepare the photo, the accompanying text, to get the envelope ready, and to mail it out. But without that care, what is it all about? Just dumping tons of pictures into various social media sites screaming me, me, me, and wanting (hoping?) someone will come by and look at them, and I mean truly look at them, notice them, think about them, allowing them to remind the viewer of their own memories. No, that does not really happen, I am just a dreamer. More likely, someone just blows by them at a scroll speed of 5 frames per second or whatever the current average scrolling speed is.

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Laundry, Třebíč, Czech Republic, An Original Hand-Made 5" x 7" Cyanotype
Chemically Printed on a Hand-Coated
Artist's Loft L2 Watercolor Paper

Thus, today I have shared just two digital copies of two physical prints from somewhat recent travels. The first one if from our 2023 family road trip to Alabama. The Bon Secour nature preserve was very nice and I really like how the cyanotype on smooth watercolor paper turned out. I usually prefer my cyanotypes on (very) rough textured water color paper but that requires a certain vibe of photographs where detail does not matter. These wonderful trees really benefited from the opposite approach and printing on a very smooth watercolor paper. And it did not matter at all it was a really cheap one.

The second print is from 2022 and a visit to my sister's who was our guide on a day trip to Třebíč. At one point we made a left turn onto this cobblestone alley and someone was drying their laundry there. It was colorful and that initially caught my eye. About a year later I attempted my first gum bichromate print of this scene hoping to reproduce the vibrant colors in a more nostalgic subdued palette but my attempt failed completely. I am not even sure why but I probably made several mistakes along the way resulting in no usable image at all. And I must admit, despite having worked with various photo chemicals for years, I did not feel comfortable with these. Anyway, another year later and here we have the scene in monochrome blue. I picked one of the color separation negatives originally prepared for the bichromate print and used it for this cyanotype. What do you think? How do you like looking at your photographs? And how do you try to preserve them for the future?

Thanks for visiting, hope you'll be back :-)

Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! #etbtsy

Previous posts in the Cyanotypes series: 1. First Cyanotype - 2. More Cyanotypes - 3. Highlands Cyanotypes - 4. How do Cyanotypes Happen? - 5. Cyanotypes V: Tweaking the Curve - 6. Cyanotypes VI: Toning - 7. Cyanotypes VII: More Toning - 8. Cyanotypes VIII: Toning Different Papers - 9. Cyanotypes IX: Horní Rozsíčky - 10. Cyanotypes X: From Black and White or Color - 11. Cyanotypes XI: Moravian Countryside - 12. Cyanotypes XII: Prague Castle - 13. Cyanotypes XIII: American History - 14. Cyanotypes XIV: Gulf Shores, Alabama - 15. Cyanotypes XV: Different Take on Travel Photography

If you like cyanotypes, you can explore the Cyanotypes Photo Gallery dedicated to my growing collection of them. Would you like to browse through traditional darkroom wet prints? Visit my Darkroom Photo Gallery and enjoy!

Paradise Isle Resort Office Cyanotype on Shizen Design Watercolor Paper, Gulf Shores, AlabamaParadise Isle Resort OfficeCyanotype Paradise Isle Resort Office, Toned Cyanotype on Shizen Design Watercolor Paper, Gulf Shores, AlabamaParadise Isle Resort OfficeToned Cyanotype Fort Morgan Wagon Wheel Cyanotype on Shizen Design Watercolor Paper, Gulf Shores, AlabamaFort Morgan Wagon WheelCyanotype


Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) 2024

May 13, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

terraPIN ACME, 3d-printed Pinhole CameraterraPIN ACME3d-printed Pinhole Camera As for WPPD 2023 I decided to take out a single camera for the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2024. I really like the results I get out of my 3d-printed terraPIN ACME medium format camera. I made its pinhole by pushing the tip of a tiny needle into a sheet of aluminum harvested from a can of soda (pop for Buffalonians). I did not push it through, just pushed it in enough to create a bump on the other side. Then I sanded that bump off until a tiny hole showed up against the window. If you're interested in the whole background story, feel free to head back to my Custom Made Pinhole for a 3d Printed Pinhole Camera post from 2021.

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Steam Locomotive, Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) 2024,
Pinhole photography with terraPIN ACME on Fuji Acros 100 black and white negative film, D-23

Why do I like this camera so much? It's simple, small, lightweight and I get results I like from it. For a handmade pinhole it produces images that are very "sharp" in the center. Yet, it often vignettes quite a bit and not just by light falloff but also by blurring the edges. I am sure there is an explanation for it, but I find it curious. It makes the images look as if I was using an f/2.8 lens and not an f/208 pinhole.

Steam Locomotive Wheels, WPPD 2024.Steam Locomotive WheelsWPPD 2024

Steam Locomotive Wheels, Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) 2024,
Pinhole photography with terraPIN ACME on Fuji Acros 100 black and white negative film, D-23

The whole week leading into the WPPD 2024 the forecast called for a very nice partially cloudy day. However, I woke up to a completely overcast dark day instead and it was supposed to go from bad to worse, from a drizzle to a downpour. And the progression happened rather quickly. Soon after leaving home, it started coming down rather generously. Instead of going straight to the beach we stopped for lunch as a delay tactics. Good food helped, and the stalling seemed to have worked.

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Train Car Suspension, Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) 2024,
Pinhole photography with terraPIN ACME on Fuji Acros 100 black and white negative film, D-23

Still, instead of continuing to the beach I figured we could stop at the train depot that was literally around the corner, just in case the sprinkler kicked in soon. I had photographed the location before but not much and never with a pinhole camera. It was an opportunity for a new take on the location. With the wide angle of the terraPIN ACME and with the dual vignetting of the camera I elected to go mostly for close-up details of the railroad scenery. And the weather had some mercy and it only drizzled.

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Driftwood, Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) 2024,
Pinhole photography with terraPIN ACME on Fuji Acros 100 black and white negative film, D-23

As you can see from the last photograph, we did eventually make it to the beach, but it was pouring by that time. I had 4 frames left on the roll of 12 and really wanted to finish the roll to be able to develop it and see and share the results "quickly". After fifteen minutes of so in the car I decided to act and brave the elements. I was sloppy though and lacked excitement and only added one sharable frame, the one above. That leaves an opportunity to go pinholing again when the weather forecast looks good by looking out of the window.

Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! #etbtsy

More of my Pinhole Photography ...

In and Out of Water, Sturgeon Point on Lake Erie, NY. Photographed with TerraPIN ACME pinhole camera on Fuji Acros II black and white film.In and Out of WaterWPPD 2023 Flooded Jagged Gaps, Sturgeon Point on Lake Erie, NY. Photographed with TerraPIN ACME pinhole camera on Fuji Acros II black and white film.Flooded Jagged GapsWPPD 2023 Down Smoke Creek, Green Lake, Orchard Park, NY. Photographed with TerraPIN ACME pinhole camera on Fuji Acros II black and white film.Down Smoke CreekWPPD 2023


A Beautiful Morning Faraway

May 06, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

Just watching these old photos now makes me want to be there, stand on the coast full of anticipation, listen to the crashing waves, and have a slice of the paradise for myself. Sunrises reward the early birds almost anywhere. I don't mind at all that most people prefer to sleep in. And you know what, it can be anywhere so these photos might just motivate me to get out early even without being on a vacation. I must admit it's been a while since I experienced and captured a local sunrise.

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Shipwreck Beach Sunrise, Kauai, Hawaii

Within just a few steps we go from the peaceful sunrise to a wild action of crashing waves. The force of water always inspires awe whether I watch coastal waves or the rush of the Niagara River. It's also mesmerizing and I could stay and watch for a long time.

Makawehi Waves, Kauai, HawaiiMakawehi WavesKauai, Hawaii

Makawehi Waves, Kauai, Hawaii

And to close, we are back for a variation on the opening photograph with just a slight change of the perspective and time passing. How much time? It's about 50 minutes after the sunrise photograph.

Shipwreck Beach Daybreak, Kauai, HawaiiShipwreck Beach DaybreakKauai, Hawaii

Shipwreck Beach Daybreak, Kauai, Hawaii

Are you ready to set your alarm (for 5am), crawl out of the bed, and go welcome a brand-new day (just after 6am in Buffalo, NY)? I hope so!

Enjoy the beauty that surrounds you! (#etbtsy)

Previously from Hawaii: The Beginning - Seaside Pinhole Photography - Tropical Clichés - Windy Drama of a Tropical Morning - Quite an Ad - Searching for Sun and Warmth - Not Your Sunrise Cliché - So Peaceful - Some Morning Drama - Farmland in the Canyon - Further up Waimea Canyon - At the Edge of Kalalau Valley - Tropical Sunrise - Tropical Sunset - The Photo at Your Back - Hawaiian Mix - A Beautiful Morning Faraway

 

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Darkroom: Charles Bridge Nostalgia

April 15, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

In 2023, I was able to spend 2 nostalgia-packed days in Prague, Czech Republic. I arrived by a morning train, took metro to the Holešovice station, and started a very long walk. While Holešovice is not exactly what Prague is known for or where tourists rush to find gems, it was the neighborhood where my university dormitory was located and my home for about four and a half years.

More on that whole experience later though. I am still contemplating how to attack that topic. Today is only about one very brief moment as I made my way to the parts of the city one might see on the Internet and in various travel articles. There, standing on the banks of the Vltava River, I was happy to snap the scene presented below with my trusty Nikon FE loaded with Fomapan 400. It may be silly but all of my black and white photography in the Czech Republic is always on Foma films. It seems like the right thing to do. And the 400 variety with its more pronounced grain seemed to fit the nostalgic nature of my trip rather well.

One thing I did differently on this trip was the whole travel with film. As more and more airports replace the old X-Ray baggage scanners with CT scanners it became more of an issue than in the past, especially if one must pass through several checkpoints before reaching the destination. Therefore, I ordered 10 rolls of film direct from Foma and had them waiting for me at my mom's place, along with the developer, fixer, and all of the hardware one needs to home-develop film. Only one thing traveled with me, which was my 2-roll developing tank, which felt wasteful to buy an extra one. By the end of my 2-week trip I finished and developed all 10 rolls and had them stored in archival sleeves for a travel safe from the CT scanners.

This whole topic has me wondering though about how I will be able to use film on shorter vacations to destinations where I won't have family or friends as a base to ship supplies to ahead of time. Will I be forced back to digital? Will I gamble and rely on the friendliness of the security staff to do a hand check of my film?

Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic, a traditional darkroom print on Alford multigrade paper.Charles Bridge, PragueDarkroom Print

Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic
Traditional Black and White Darkroom Print on Ilford MG V RC Portfolio

I wanted to make over a dozen of these prints to use as postcards for friends. I started with the Ilford MG IV portfolio paper I still had left over, did all of my tests, and settled on grade 2 contrast filter as the sunny day, even in mid-afternoon, created plenty of contrast in the scene. The orange filter mounted on the lens at the time of capture darkened the blue sky nicely helping the white puffy clouds stand out.

However, when I ran out I had to switch to the new emulsion formula of the Ilford MG V portfolio paper. In the end, for this specific scene, I determined the difference was mostly in the native contrast. After printing the photo with a grade 1 contrast filter and putting it side by side with the results on MG IV I could not see any other difference. Since I like contrasty prints and usually print at grade 3 or higher, this should not pose a problem other than change of habits and probably starting at grade two as my new base. I will see and share as I print more variety with the new paper.

Needless to say, I was and still am very happy with how this print came out and how I can remember my walk with something else in my hand than the screen of a smart phone. How do you like to store photographs from your vacations, your places filled with memories? Do you print, darkroom or inkjet, do you order photo albums, do you rely on a software catalog on your computer, do you upload everything to a cloud provider to store and share, or does social media fill that role for you?

Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! #etbtsy

For more darkroom prints, please, head over to my Darkroom photo gallery.

Previously from the darkroom:

Roofs & Chimneys. Prague Castle, Czech Republic, a hand-made traditional silver gelatin darkroom printRoofs & ChimneysDarkroom Print Chimneys, Prague Castle, Czech Republic, a hand-made traditional silver gelatin darkroom printChimneysDarkroom Print (New) Castle Stairs, Prague Castle, Czech Republic, a hand-made traditional silver gelatin darkroom print(New) Castle StairsDarkroom Print

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