I didn’t dedicate too many exposures to bracketing as I’ve learned to trust the AE-1’s meter implicitly and usually have it set on shutter priority mode at somewhere around 1/125sec.
Can you tell which is which? Because actually I’m not sure I remember! But I think that the first shot was what my camera thought was the correct exposure, but due to the heavy fog I was afraid that it was going to underexpose so I gave it an extra stop. And for some reason there’s a bit of a yellow color shift. But besides that, it’s not terrible, not by a long shot. Compare to the test I once did with Fuji Provia 100f.
Here’s this shot one more time, which I included in the other post, just auto-exposure on the AE-1, but thematically it fits in with the other pictures. I am surprised just how muted the greens are here, but that may just be a characteristic of Kodak’s color palate combined with the lack of bright sunlight, and the fact that this is the Kodak answer to Provia, not Velvia. Maybe someday soon we’ll see E100VS come back.
And here are a few new shots which demonstrate more of the muted colors in the shade.