Caledon Ontario and Real Winter Shows Up (For a Little While at least)

We actually got a snow storm in January! The worst hit overnight so driving up skiing was fine, driving back, yeah, that was a treat. Photographing during snowstorms and other crappy weather can give you great shots. The secret for winter photography in winter wonderland, overexpose around a stop and a half, or more, otherwise, your snow will be grey, not white.

The OM-2n, held up nicely in the elements, and I'm impressed. I finally got a chance to try out my Tamron Adaptall 2 SP 70-200 F3.5-4 zoom lens. I only shot two frames at around the 80mm focal length, and the first two images show the results. Tamron made a ton of different lenses, some that were on par with tier one OEM glass, others, not so much. If you are on the hunt for a zoom telephoto, Tamron's adapatall system is an interesting one.

I hope we get some more real winter weather weather because I love shooting in it.

Camera: Olympus OM-2n, Tamron Adaptall 2 SP 70-200 F3.5-F4 zoom lens, MC Zuiko 50 f1.8 lens. 
Film: Rollei RPX 400, HC110 B. 

Mississauga Road Country House_

Mississauga Road Looking North During the Blizzard

Belfountain General Store in a Snow Storm

Belfountain General Store Winter Porch

Belfountain Downtown During a Storm

Belfountain Gingerbread House_

Belfountain Antiques No Trespassing

Belfountain Antiques No Trespassing Two

Driving Along Bush St._

Snow Covered Fence Post 2020

White Country House on Mississauga Rd._

Ski Racks By West Lodge


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