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Fuji NPS (35mm, 160 iso)

Now the ‘Pro’ part isn’t just a name. The colours, contrast and dynamic range are the business. Distinctively, the film keeps the velvety-smooth fine grain you would expect from a much slower film

Now the ‘Pro’ part isn’t just a name. The colours, contrast and dynamic range are the business. Distinctively, the film keeps the velvety-smooth fine grain you would expect from a much slower film

As a daylight type of fim, it has a wider latitude from under to overexposures for that highly faithful color reproduction that is perfect for portrait photography. Extremely fine-grain so photo blow-ups is not a problem.

This fine grain professional film from Fujifilm is favoured by most portrait photographers. The reason being, it has a higher grain density which enhances the skin texture depiction for optimized portraiture. Also, the colours are overly saturated but the contrast is lower which are the perfect characteristics of a portrait film should have. Also boasts a wide exposure stability, either overexposed or not your shot is, it’s not a problem.

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