This week we are featuring the classic Canon AE1 SLR. I took these photos a couple of weeks ago on an early morning walk with this camera and a 50mm lens. This camera was the first of its kind to offer an Aperture priority setting when it debuted in 1976. I enjoy shooting with this camera mostly because it’s simple to use and the lens and viewfinder are so crisp. I love the look and grain in these images from being shot on film. I did crop the images to a square size, as I am in a square phase right now, however, the full frame images are nice as well. Come back all week to see more from this classic camera.