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Love The Color Shades of Fuji Pro 400H

Say hello to Fuji Pro 400H. This color negative film can definitely trust your eyes whether you are under a shade, in the dark, or out in the sun! Fuji Pro 400H never fails to amaze you when it comes with promising colors.

Fuji Pro 400H is a professional film used for portraits, wedding, and events. With a high ISO, you can shoot in both low-light and sunny situations. This film is truly fine when it comes to grain and sharpness. For starters, you can use this film indoor especially when the lighting is fluorescent. Once this film is developed, expect that the colors are indeed neutral. They all look realistic and skin tones can be of very good rendition. It can even handle extreme color contrast like a white dress over a black t-shirt.

Accordingly, Fuji Pro 400H is a legend when it comes to wedding photography. But aside from that, there are still a lot of good attributes regarding this film. It has a great exposure latitude whether you are under the sun or mixed with sunny and a heavy shade. When this film is used during night photography, expect that there will be a bright, high-key lights and bokehs. It can also retain dominant colors whether your color palette in the photo is extremely deranged.

All in all, Fuji Pro 400H is a great film either in night time or day time. Bring it if you want to trust your eyes with WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) photo. Fuji Pro 400H can be trusted with this one. Film has a very reasonable price which is why I suggest you should get one now.

The Fuji Pro 400H 120 is one of the finest 120 color films out there. You get the extra speed of 400 ISO while maintaining excellent fine-grain and banging colors of a slower film. See the whole range of color negatives in our Shop.

written by ethermoon

2 comments

  1. aroninvt

    aroninvt

    I agree, this is my go to film! It has yet to let me down, I have had a high success rate with this film in a number of different lighting conditions. It should be a staple in every lomographer's camera bag!

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  2. jackpumpkinhead

    jackpumpkinhead

    YES!! Totally agree, just got my first roll of the stuff back, and I'm amazed. I shall be uploading them later! :-)

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