Another 365 Project – Day 86

Today’s post is comprised of images I made a couple of days ago, but I only developed and scanned the film tonight. I was testing out a Rolleicord III manufactured between 1950-1953. The Rolleicord is the less featured, but not less well constructed brother of the famous Rolleiflex cameras.

The Rolleiord and Rolleiflex are twin lens reflex cameras or TLRs. There is a lens for viewing and focusing the image and a separate lens for recording the image on 2 1/4 or 120 film.

The bull and bear battle it out on the desktop, while the ticker tape keeps score in the office of a Toronto investment manager. Rolleicord III, Fomapan 400 in HC110, dilution B
The Flat Iron Building being overlooked by the “L” Building, the condo next to the Sony Centre in Toronto. Rolleicord III, Fomapan 400 in Rodinal 1:50, 11 mins.
Construction on Wellington St reducing it to one lane in Toronto. Rolleicord III, Fomapan 400 in Rodinal 1:50, 11 mins.
A view of the construction on Wellington St reducing it to one lane. The outdoor patio of the Duke of Devon is at the centre of the picture. Rolleicord III, Fomapan 400 in Rodinal 1:50, 11 mins.
A view of the original Scotiabank head office, with Scotia Plaza in the background and two of the TD Centre towers in the foreground in Toronto. Rolleicord III, Fomapan 400 in Rodinal 1:50, 11 mins.
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