Agfa Vista (35mm, 200 iso)

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The traveling poor man's film: With it's unpredictable tones and fine grain, not to mention the cheap price, this film is perfect for buying a 20 pack and loading in the suitcase!

The traveling poor man’s film: With it’s unpredictable tones and fine grain, not to mention the cheap price, this film is perfect for buying a 20 pack and loading in the suitcase!

If you’re looking for a film that takes a life of its own, Agfa Vista is it!!

When the clouds are overcast and you take a picture, Agfa feels that moment! It knows how the emotion when it’s overcast and you want sunshine! Your frame is filled with gray when taken with barely any sun at all….and when you shoot greens and reds??? Amazing!

Shooting in the daylight is a completely different story. Colors become so vibrant it pops off the film! When shooting subjects that are either green or red…prepare to to amazed.

This film is so unique and close to me, it literally takes on a life of its own. It’s cheap, Lomography sells big packs of them, it doesn’t need to be cross-processed to looks sexy, and your LC-A is hungry!!!

written by morgantepsic on 2008-07-29 in #reviews #vista #agfa #color-negative #35mm

7 Comments

  1. fookshit
    fookshit ·

    lovely gallery.

  2. severin
    severin ·

    one of my favourite films as well. agfa vista makes fabulous blue tones

  3. shhquiet
    shhquiet ·

    i agree. esp. the last one :)
    and the colors are nice!

  4. reinertlee
    reinertlee ·

    Negative film always give me a very peaceful feeling...

  5. morgantepsic
    morgantepsic ·

    I thank you all!!!!
    XD

  6. brendend
    brendend ·

    wow, what a great gallery! awesome pics!

  7. bravopires
    bravopires ·

    hei! you have talent! i will buy it! i like the beautiful soft tones! is it cheap, really? very gooood!

  8. gerpancard
    gerpancard ·

    Agfa Vista is my favorite film, beautiful colour and cheap, here in Mexico is cheap an relative easy to get (Republica de Brasil street in México City).

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