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Pan_dre' Emulsion Weekly

Here's another issue of my very personal weekly choice of film. Last weekend we were blessed with the best weather in weeks so I seized the opportunity and took my Yashica and a hand full of carefully selected film with me in the autumn sun.

Here’s another issue of my very personal weekly choice of film. Last weekend we were blessed with the best weather in weeks so I seized the opportunity and took my Yashica and a hand full of carefully selected film with me in the autumn sun.

Fuji Superia 1600:

Friday night, I went to a birthday party where my friends funk band was playing. Since I was looking for some atmospheric shots and didn’t wanna use a flash in there I gave this expired Fuji Superia 1600 a try. Although I was too busy dancing while the band actually played I caught th guys when they were packing their stuff. Anyway I think I found my film concert photgraphy now.

Get your Fuji Superia 1600 here…

Fuji Velvia 100:

Saturday mornings can be pretty harsh, but you have to get up again and get going.
So after some well needed cups of coffee it was time to move on with the some Fuji Slide.
I think I don’t have to say to much about the Fuji Velvia, truely a classic and definitly a film I like to pick up every now and then when I’m looking for those “purple haze” effects in my shots.

Get your Fuji Velvia 100 here…

Fuji Tungsten 64

I’ve always been a big fan of Tungsten film for it’s moody blueish touch when shot outside. Probably not the best film for poor light condition but with it’s 64 iso it was perfect for this sundrenched Saturday afternoon.

Get your Fuji Tungsten 64 here…

Ilford FP4 125

Architecture/Portraits and B&W film go together like bees and honey. The FP4 makes no exception here. Fine grain and good contrast, it’s all there.

Get your Ilford FP4 here…

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written by pan_dre

4 comments

  1. monochromedrama

    nice shots pan_dre! what yashica did you use on these?
    :)

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  2. butter

    I own the same guitar as that guy in the first photo... cool!

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  3. beanbean

    great gallery and well done, andi! the superia 1600 shots are classic low-light images! i feel that i have wasted my 1600 films after seeing your photos. on a side note, isn't fuji 64T supposed to produce a green cast when x-pro'd? or is it the new emulsion and now it looks red/purple like vlevia or sensia?
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  4. pan_dre

    pan_dre

    Thank you guys for the nice comments. I used my Yashica Electro GT. As for the Tungsten I was really suprised when i got this one back. You're right usually they turn out to be alot more on the blueish/greenish side, but this one almost looks like something between sensia and velvia. Maybe it's because that roll was expired or it was the chemistry in the lab,..

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