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Unpredictable Fuji T64 ISO 64 Film!

This is my first attempt using a slide film that is slower than iso100. I had always heard that slow films should be used for landscape shots, therefore I decided to give it a try!

I can’t judge accurately the ideal conditions and subjects when using this slide film because it gives me a different feel every time!

But I will normally use it under sunny conditions. This is because if you shoot something colorful and vibrant during a sunny day, you will get psychedelic purple tones after cross processing. When used under foggy weather, you will get purplish red tones.

Actually, when shot under cloudy weather, it produces color tones similar to RVP. The difference with RVP being the colors are more unpredictable.

Of course, if you were to overexpose the film, it produces unique colors as well. Are the pink tones more suitable for portrait shots? Can it also produce romantic, heartwarming subjects?

written by baodianchi_pp and translated by coolsigg

3 comments

  1. maxwellmaxen

    maxwellmaxen

    2 is a great shot!
    (good pictures anyways :) )

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  2. mikahsupageek

    mikahsupageek

    love first and second shot ! good review :)

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  3. willyboy

    willyboy

    Wowzers in my trousers these are good!

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