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01-05-2011, 03:27 PM   #316
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Foma 400 woefully underexposed, D-76, KX, M50/1.7, Epson 4490

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Here's my Grain. Taken on a very foggy autumn morning in Helsinki archipelago in Finland, Me-super, M50mm/2.0
Really impressionistic. I love the light at the end of the wharf.
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Really impressionistic. I love the light at the end of the wharf.
Thanks, that's nice to hear. I also find the light as a major component of this image
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That Superia Venus 800 looks like a fun film!




Ferrania 100 - Ferrania seems to be grainy, no matter whether it's 100 or 400
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That Superia Venus 800 looks like a fun film!




Ferrania 100 - Ferrania seems to be grainy, no matter whether it's 100 or 400
Nesster, how much you paid for Ferrania 100? is that from ebay?

Superia Venus is really good film.. i love it.. i have only ever shoot it aboutt 3 rolls .. and all those film i got from my friend.. . its Japan Only release right? and they just told me that Fuji stop producing it.

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Nesster, how much you paid for Ferrania 100? is that from ebay?
I bought it directly from the US importer - AFAIR $1 and change per roll. I don't know if they still do this, there's a phone number I can find if you're interested.

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I bought it directly from the US importer - AFAIR $1 and change per roll. I don't know if they still do this, there's a phone number I can find if you're interested.
thank you. thank you. but not at this moment. my credit card bill already screaming red . i had just order 20 roll of Fuji 800 NPZ from US.

havent have time to put it on test tough..
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That Superia Venus 800 looks like a fun film!
I've also found the Fuji 800 films to be fun as BW conversions. This shot on a drugstore variant of that film from my back balcony is not a show-stopper, but it shows how popping ISO 800 film in the camera on a sunny day, can make focus quick and easy on a long lens. (in this case DA 55-300). The tone and grain are pretty good, too, especially since this is a slight crop. It almost doesn't qualify under "show us your grain."

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Kodak BW400CN severely underexposed: I shot with a Fixed Focus Optical Lens Sakar FF-8 (with a fixed, unknown shutter speed) through a tinted window on a moving train.
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Stunning, Jussi!
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