A couple weeks back I spent 5 days camping in Killarney Provincial Park on Georgian Bay south of Sudbury, Ontario. After spending the morning hiking up to “The Crack” and shooting some medium format film, I thought it would be fun to shoot an expired roll of Eastman Ektachrome (FPP Retro Chrome 320) through my new Canonet G-III QL-17 rangefinder… plus, I needed groceries.
It was an overcast afternoon and the town was dead quiet. Other than the general store and the LCBO, I didn’t see anybody else as I walked up and down the main street. The town is centred around the waterfront and really geared towards tourism. Since I was there in the off-season, I had the town to myself… which was pretty cool.
I spent the better part of an hour walking around shooting the old buildings and waterfront while testing out the camera… which I love by the way due its compact size. I like the way the photos came out with the warm tone typical of this film stock. I think it really suits the vintage feel of the town.