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Tura was a 100 iso 35mm colour slide film – I loved how the colour would pop on this film, especially the reds. The sky many times was also bleached out to white, which gives the images almost a surreal feeling, which I really like. A high definition and contrasted film, giving really strong and vibrant deep colours – all in all an absolutely stunning to my eyes! I only ever had around 8 rolls and I have 2 left – I am saving them, not sure what for – but I am. I found it again randomly on an eBay hunt – I still look periodically for new film types as I’m always very keen to mess about and try new ones.
I am so sad that this film is no longer available – I’ve not seen it now for hmmm, must be around about 5 years or so by now – BUT you know what Agfa CT Precisa is not that far off from it and that film is still available, so not all is lost.
One thing I did do was shoot the film on 50 ASA, which saturates the colours more. The processing was as you see, straight from the lab and onto a CD. The photographic prints look the same also – because sometimes what is on a CD and what is printed out on photo paper can look a little different. The images by the way were taken in Copenhagen, Denmark on a family visit. Just in case anyone was remotely curious – I felt like adding that bit of information!