Fall in Elora Part Two

Compared to the older AE-1, the Canon AE-1 Program is a joy to use, and more intuitive than the
A-1 which was the all bells and whistles prosumer camera in Canon's line up. Sometimes simpler is better. I really love the bright viewfinder and with the AE-1 Program, changing film speed is no longer an arthritis inducing exercise.

As for shooting on a less than wonderful day in the fall, Kodak Portra 400 rocks. It has super wide latitude, personally I over expose at around 200 ISO to get the saturated look you see here.

Camera: Canon AE-1 Program, FD lenses. 
Film: Kodak Portra 400 

Yellow Maple Leaves

My Favourite Elora Property

Facepalmed Gargoyle_

Elora Flatiron Oct 2017

Metcalfe and Geddes Meet_

Creature Head

Door Options_

Mermaid Emporium Boat

Walking Past the Mermaid

Metcalfe and Church Sts

Backcountry Road


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