Fuji Sensia 200 - The Green Fairy

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This film is sure to make you feel green.

A while ago, I stumbled over a photo that caught my eye on lomography.com. It had a soft tinge of green, not that harsh one some slide films bring on when they’re plagued with over-exposure and cross-processing. The landscape was bathed in dark green and the sky shone in a nice turquoise. I immediately looked at the description of the photo to see which film had been used and there stood Fuji Sensia 200. Unbelievably, I started a search for more photos of this film in the photo section because I had only tried out Sensia 100 films up to then and I knew that they do not tend to green tones at all. However, the photo search confirmed the declaration and I directly surfed to eBay in the hope to find a reasonably priced offer. Promptly, I could buy a ten-pack without ruining myself and some days later I was ready to click away. I really like the results and 5 of the 10 films are gone in the meantime.

written by ululchen on 2011-01-28 in #reviews #white-slim-angel #diana-mini #cross #x-pro #spinner #135
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7 Comments

  1. maxwellmaxen
    maxwellmaxen ·

    vierwaldstädtersee?

  2. ululchen
    ululchen ·

    Der Vierwaldstättersee ist bei den Doubles dabei, die anderen Seebilder stammen vom Genfersee. ;-)

  3. maxwellmaxen
    maxwellmaxen ·

    ahh easy, han zerst gmeint, ich erkenne öpis vo zug, aber demfal ned, he :D

  4. woosang
    woosang ·

    Very nice. I especially like the spinner photos

  5. lomoclau
    lomoclau ·

    do you know if there's also one in 120 mm?

  6. ululchen
    ululchen ·

    it doesn't exist in 120 but i think the lomography x-pro slide 200 film yields similar colours.

  7. lomoclau
    lomoclau ·

    thank you - i'll try ;)

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