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Nikon F5 - Lomography Achromat 64mm/2.9 (Orange-22) - Efke KB100 @ ASA-100

Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:45 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

Artwork at Sheridan College

Sheridan College has grown substantially over the years and the campus in Mississauga has a lot of interesting design elements in the new building. It's located in the Civic Centre area and in front of the building is the first traffic roundabout in the city. I believe roundabouts are fairly common in the U.K. but they're relatively new here. The sculpture mounted on top of the roundabout and in front of the college is by Michel de Broin and is called Possibilities.

  

From Michel de Broin's website:

 

As the sculpture transforms the traversed space of the roundabout into an illusory map, it also points at the endless possibilities. The arrow is a didactic instrument that communicates, directs, guides and gives sense. It explains and specifies. It validates. The arrow is a tool of persuasion. Like the pointing finger of a questioning child, this sculpture will create curiosity and it will propose to ask a multiplicity of questions in an attempt to reconsider assumed direction and premeditated assumptions.

 

As dynamic vectors, the arrows obviously correspond to the movement and flow of the roundabout traffic, but they point beyond the potential infinity of the automotive circumscription of the roundabout.

 

The roundabout itself creates spatial focus and enclosure; the sculpture recreates the occurrence of crossing directions and defines even more paths and possibilities. The arrows do not point out individual, disconnected paths, but rather the crossroads of each of these trajectories. The recurrently interlocking form stabilizes the sculpture structurally, but it also affirms connected plurality, and mutuality. In enhancing the metaphorical crossroads of the roundabout.

 

micheldebroin.org/possibilities

 

Minimalist goodness spotted through a window while passing by

Nikon F5 - Lomography Achromat 64mm/2.9 (Orange-22) - Efke KB100 @ ASA-100

Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:45 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

New camera and some new film to test, a risk I know...but the results are awesome! Shot in and around the HMC Campus of Sheridan College.

 

Nikon F2 Photomic - AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 - FPP EDU 400 (Kentmere 400)

PMK Pyro (1+2+100) 13:00 @ 20C

Well, colour me impressed! I've had some rough experiences with Foto 100 in the past, but I think it has redeemed itself with D-76!

 

The Full Review drops in January 2019

 

Nikon FA - AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 - Svema Foto 100 @ ASA-100

Kodak D-76 (1+1) 11:30 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2019)

A couple of seconds after this shot, the Sheridan player went over for the game's final try. I got him as he landed but it was a touch blurry.

Well, colour me impressed! I've had some rough experiences with Foto 100 in the past, but I think it has redeemed itself with D-76!

 

The Full Review drops in January 2019

 

Nikon FA - AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 - Svema Foto 100 @ ASA-100

Kodak D-76 (1+1) 11:30 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2019)

My favourite student work at Sheridan College Fine Arts Diploma Program in the 1970s.

Scanned from Pentax Spotmatic F shots.

:copyright: 2010 Anmor Photography. All rights reserved.

A couple weeks ago, I went to the forest at Sheridan College with a friend. I thought this tree had an interesting formation on it. According to Chilliwack Jack, it's called Turkey Tail Fungus. :) Funny name hehe.

Student work at Sheridan College Fine Arts Diploma Program in the 1970s.

Scanned from Pentax Spotmatic F shots.

:copyright: 2010 Anmor Photography. All rights reserved.

I don't do enough shallow work with Large Format.

 

Pacemaker Crown Graphic - Schneider-Kreuznach Symmar-S 1:5.6/210 - Agfa APX 100 @ ASA-100

Kodak D-76 (Stock) 9:00 @ 20C

Meter: Pentax Spotmeter V

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2018)

Had a really fun practice shoot with three artist friends on Sunday evening. From L-R: Louise (my wife), Rosie and Nisreen.

 

Here I'm mixing ambient with flash. To camera-right is a Westcott Apollo Medium 28" softbox with a Pentax AF540 flash in it, gelled with Rosco #02. Holding that down was a double sandbag and about 20 lbs of pea-gravel, but it still almost blew over.

 

Processed with Lightroom and the Nik suite of plugins.

imm.sheridanc.on.ca/openhouse/2014/ Sheridan Interactive Multimedia Open House at the Learning Lab in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - one year post grad program

 

Scrum during yesterday arvo's Rugby match between local Mohawk College and visiting Sheridan college. The visitors stuck it to Mohawk 43-12, repeating last week's equally decisive victory and securing a place in the league's finals.

Had a really fun lighting and posing practice shoot with three artist friends on Sunday evening. Here's Rosie Sayegh.

 

Here I'm mixing ambient with off-camera flash. To camera-left is a Westcott Apollo Medium 28" softbox with a Pentax AF540 flash in it, gelled with Rosco #02.

 

Processed with Lr and Ps.

Student work at Sheridan College Fine Arts Diploma Program in the 1970s.

Scanned from Pentax Spotmatic F shots.

:copyright: 2010 Anmor Photography. All rights reserved.

If you're a fan of the Film Photography Project you'll know that they recently released their own Monobath! Well I finally got around to testing out the bottle I was sent and when I pulled out the first roll from the tank, I'll have to say I am pretty impressed! Though I did notice that the film base stayed that lovely TMAX purple, but the images speak for themselves! Wow!

 

Minolta Maxxum 7000 - Minolta AF 35-70mm 1:4 - Kodak TMax 100 @ ASA-100

FPP Super Monobath (Stock) 5:30 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2018)

imm.sheridanc.on.ca/openhouse/2014/ Sheridan Interactive Multimedia Open House at the Learning Lab in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - one year post grad program

 

More study of young Tarzan. Now i'm in the business yet I am still very far away from my dream...

Student work at Sheridan College Fine Arts Diploma Program in the 1970s.

Scanned from Pentax Spotmatic F shots.

:copyright: 2010 Anmor Photography. All rights reserved.

First test of my new Sony a6000. So far I'm rather liking it!

Oh I was close to not posting these, they're grainy, grungy, and scratched...but then I realized I really liked the look. I should've gone with XTOL but meh.

 

More HMC

 

Olympus Trip 35

D.Zuiko 40mm f/2.8

Kodak Plus-X @ ASA-64

Rodinal (1+100) 10:00 @ 20C

Sheridan College at night

 

Mamiya RB67 & Fuji Pro 160c

 

View Large On Black

I remember these from elementary, middle, and high school.

 

Sony a6000 + Sony E PZ 16-50mm 1:3.5-5.6 OSS

March 02, 2015:.

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The ugly cousin of the XA series. This point and shoot is basically an updated Olympus Trip 35.

 

Olympus XA1

D.Zuiko 35mm 1:4

Fuji Neopan SS

Dev: HC-110 Dil. B 5:30 @ 20C

March 02, 2015:.

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Rolleiflex 2.8F - Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 - JCH Streetpan 400 @ ASA-400

Kodak HC-110 Dil. F 12:30 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

Rolleiflex 2.8F - Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 - JCH Streetpan 400 @ ASA-400

Kodak HC-110 Dil. F 12:30 @ 20C

Scanner: Epson V700

Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

imm.sheridanc.on.ca/openhouse/2014/ Sheridan Interactive Multimedia Open House at the Learning Lab in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - one year post grad program

 

New camera and some new film to test, a risk I know...but the results are awesome! Shot in and around the HMC Campus of Sheridan College.

 

Nikon F2 Photomic - AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 - FPP EDU 400 (Kentmere 400)

PMK Pyro (1+2+100) 13:00 @ 20C

Semi-solarized student work at Sheridan College Fine Arts Diploma Program in the 1970s.

Scanned from Pentax Spotmatic F shots.

:copyright: 2010 Anmor Photography. All rights reserved.

Sheridan College, Trafalgar Campus's first shave-a-thon!

 

Think Pink - Go Bald for Cancer!

 

A brave few courageously shave their heads for breast cancer research.

 

It's events like this that reminds me how much I love photography.

 

It was good times

 

2009.01.29

Taken for a class assignment: People and religion.

 

Lighting: Flash was bounced from umbrella located at camera right, slightly in front of subject.

 

Photoshop CS4 was used for adjustments.

Kicking up lots of dust out in the field, the driver of this massive John Deere was giving me an odd look as I took his photo.

 

Polaroid Automatic Model 250 Land Camera

Polaroid Chocolate

April 12, 2012:

    

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