Long Exposure with Mamiya RZ67 + Ektar 100

A few shots from a recent trip to Toronto Island. Something I'd like to do more is use my favourite portrait camera for landscapes. The Sekor 110mm 2.8 lens is not my favourite for landscapes so I did buy the Mamiya Sekor 65mm f4 with the floating element. Looking forward once the lens arrives from Japan. Here are a few images from a test roll to work things out. All images shot on Kodak Ektar 100. 

Mamiya RZ67 + 110mm f2.8 + B+W 10 stop ND @215sec

Mamiya RZ67 + 110mm f2.8 + B+W 10 stop ND @215sec

Mamiya RZ67 + 110mm f2.8 + B+W 10 stop ND @205sec

Mamiya RZ67 + 110mm f2.8 + B+W 10 stop ND @205sec

Mamiya RZ67 + 110mm f2.8 @1/4sec

Mamiya RZ67 + 110mm f2.8 @1/4sec

Bojan

Argon 18-Cycling Canada partnership

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to photograph the Canadian Track cycling team again. This time around it for an announcement that Argon 18 was becoming the new bike sponsor for the Canadian Track team. You can read a little more about it on the Argon website. 

https://www.argon18bike.com/en/news/argon-18/ARGON18-Signs-Multi-Year-Partnership-Cycling-Canada

Argon 18 cycling Canada partnership ancouncment
Hugo Barrette Track Cyclist
Amelia Walsh Track Cyclist
Milton Velodrome - Mattamy Cycling center
Canadian Track cycling sprinters 2017

Bojan

Standing on my first Summit.

People often come and go through our life and some leave a bigger impression on us then others. In 2005 I went to the Rockies, I din't exactly have a plan for my trip I just packed a few things and was confident that I would find some adventure once I got out there. I met Neil Baker at a climbing shop in Banff and after a few conversations he invited me to come along on a scrambling trip in the Rogers Pass area. We ended up climbing Ross peak and spent the night right on the summit. It was the beginning of my climbing career. 

Neil and I ended up climbing a number of peaks together over a few years but eventually lost touch. I'm very bad at keeping in touch with people. Even my family I have a hard time staying in touch. It's a flaw that I recognize and am trying to work on. As with a lot of my friends that don't live in the same city, I didn't keep in touch with Neil but he is the definitely someone that I looked up to and he had a lasting impression on me. A truly great person.

I've been scanning some of my old slide film, the images below are just a few from our climbing adventures. 

I hope you are doing well pal.  

Neil Baker on the summit of Ross Peak. Rogers Pass, BC

Neil Baker on the summit of Ross Peak. Rogers Pass, BC

Neil waiting out a storm. Nikon FM10 - Velvia 50

Neil waiting out a storm. Nikon FM10 - Velvia 50

Neil and Jon climbing on the slopes of Mt. Athabasca.

Neil and Jon climbing on the slopes of Mt. Athabasca.

Neil and I on the summit of Mt. Athabasca. 

Neil and I on the summit of Mt. Athabasca. 

Neil on Ross Peak. 

Neil on Ross Peak. 

Cheers,

Bojan

Daily Photo - Toronto Skyline

Long exposure of the Toronto skyline. I shot this during a landscape photography workshop that thought on Toronto Island last year. This was about a 4 min exposure. A B+W 10 stop ND filter made it possible to get the silky smooth effect. 

Cheers,

Bojan