Beautiful colors and nice vignettes. One of my favorite films!
I’ve only used it a few times, but every picture I took with Agfa Vista is special. The colors are slightly saturated and, I’m not sure if this is coincidental, but the vignetting is much more prominent. I’ve used it in New York, at my friend’s birthday, and at a pep band game and it really added to my photos. They probably would have turned out much different if I used something else. It’s great in bright lighting, giving a really warm feeling to your pictures. It’s also very affordable so you can get a lot at a time. I bought a 10 pack for 15 dollars. I highly recommend Agfa Vista. Now go try it, it’s much different than Kodak or Fuji!
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