Fuji Color Pro 400 | Canon AE-1 Program

Shot awhile back, these photos always pop when they run through my screen saver.

One roll of Fuji Color Pro 400 makes me no expert. In fact, one roll doesn’t even make me an occasional user. I’ve used it once. I liked the results and I should try it again.

A more complete review is here.

Here are some shots.

Edmonds, Washington. March 2017. Canon AE-1 Program. Fuji Color Pro 400H.
Fremont, Washington. March 2017. Canon AE-1 Program. Fuji Color Pro 400H.
Edmonds, Washington. March 2017. Canon AE-1 Program. Fuji Color Pro 400H.
Fremont, Washington. March 2017. Canon AE-1 Program. Fuji Color Pro 400H.
Ballard, Washington. March 2017. Canon AE-1 Program. Fuji Color Pro 400H.

Edmonds

A rainy afternoon shooting some Edmonds scenes.

From Wikipedia: Edmonds was established in 1876 by logger George Brackett, who bought the land claim of an earlier settler. It was incorporated as a city in 1890, shortly before the arrival of the Great Northern Railway. Early residents of the city were employed by the shingle mills and logging companies that operated in the area until the 1950s. The hills surrounding Edmonds were developed into suburban bedroom communities in the mid-to-late 20th century and subsequently annexed into the city. Edmonds is a regional hub for the arts, with museums, specialized facilities, and major annual festivals within the city’s downtown area.

Today Edmonds seems a quiet place. Restaurants, art houses and an old movie theater are filled with people, but not overfilled like so much of Seattle. There’s parking. Even a bookstore.

May 25, 2019

Edmonds, Washington. Fuji x100f 1/210 f/5.6 iso 400

Edmonds, Washington. Fuji x100f 1/70 f/2.0 iso 400.

Edmonds, Washington. Fuji x100f 1/550 f/5.6 iso 400

Edmonds, Washington. Fuji x100f 1/550 f/5.6 iso 400