The Fuji Natura Classica is known for it’s brilliant low light shots, so I wanted to put it to the test at one of the darkest places I could find. A haunted art house! You won’t believe the clarity and precision of color that this camera takes in the darkest of situations!
I took my Fuji Natura Classica 35mm film camera with me on my date at the art house and got some interesting pictures while I was there. It’s not everyday that you get to see the world through an artist’s perspective…well, unless you’re an artist.
I like to imagine that the above photo is the centurion who guards the entrance to the art house. There’s a neat hidden area at the art house called the “jail cells." Not everyone knows that they are there and open year round, but I had a chat with the owner a few months ago and he told me all about them. So…here’s a peak at the dark mysteries hidden within the “jail cells" at the art house.
I realize that some of these things are a bit odd and out of place any time of the year other than October, but it was July and I enjoyed it. My girlfriend found it interesting too. I know what you’re thinking, “Seriously, you went here on a date?!" Umm, yeah, we did. She had been wanting to go there for a while anyway. It was actually a super cool place.
Now, it was actually very dark when we were seeing all of these cool things, but I was able to get good visible shots of it all because of the flash on the Fuji Natura Classica. I honestly didn’t expect the photos to turn out so great because it was so dark. Hopefully, you don’t have too many nightmares after seeing and reading this.