Fuji Superia (120, 100 iso)

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A basic and beautiful film with fine grain and vivid, yet natural colors. It’s especially good with light skin tones.

A basic and beautiful film with fine grain and vivid, yet natural colors. It’s especially good with light skin tones.

Great vividness across the entire spectrum, including vibrant reds, blues and yellows and enhanced realism in the
reproduction of difficult to-create colors, including violet and various
greens. Also gives sharp depiction of all
aspects of the subject, from overall form to textural details. Not to mention colour accuracy even under flourescent lights.

written by fookshit on 2008-05-23 #gear #negative #120 #review #fujifilm

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2 Comments

  1. its_gone
    its_gone ·

    Ahh, nice.
    Very warm.
    Just bought some of this, now i cant wait to use it.

  2. beatboulette
    beatboulette ·

    I wanted to shoot 16 pictures with the Holga on this film, but there was no numbers on the paper after 12...I was using the 6x4 mask..
    Did this happend to you, too?

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