Fuji ISO 200 high contrast

I used cheap Fuji ISO 200 films which I received free from Jessops (you get one free film for every film you develop. it's cheap, but OK).

To get high contrast I shot all the images in ISO 160 or 125 on -2 points of light compensation. So when the film was developed as ISO 200 it'd be more exposed although I had the photos the light compensation.

I kind liked the results.

Photographer:
ghidini
Uploaded:
2012-07-27
Tags:
gay people street tele
Camera:
Canon EOS Series
Film:
200iso
City:
London
Country:
United Kingdom
Albums:
London gay pride

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