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Kodak High Definition (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

DIY splitzer with Kodak High Definition: I've stumbled upon this film on a flea market I went to once and immediately experimented with it using the LC-A and a splitzer I did myself.

DIY splitzer with Kodak High Definition: I’ve stumbled upon this film on a flea market I went to once and immediately experimented with it using the LC-A and a splitzer I did myself.

Different films for different situations. The photos I took with this looked rather a bit saturated for portraits. But the strength on handling colours is really good when used for scenic photos

Since of its ASA rating, there are visible grains everywhere. My shots came out with a lot of noise on both outdoor and low lighting conditions. And I do like the mess it made, I love it! This film may not be for everyone but If I found some more, I think I’ll use it again.

written by eastmoe

2 comments

  1. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    interesting series!!!

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  2. redfactor

    a rain of grain!

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