Legend has it that a Viv UWS + Slide film = deadly combo
My second roll with my viv. This time I loaded it with a slide film, an Agfa CT Precissa 100. I spent a little bit of bright day light taking some pictures. I used it to shoot many colourful objects. The result’s totally mind blowing. This camera really lived up its reputation. Colour-shifts and grain are outstanding not to forget its trademark cool vigneting and flares.
Slide film emphasizes the effect. Due to wild mood swing weather, I also take pictures in cloudy day and the results are still amazing. Above all, the sharpness is kind of surprise me (some people may not like it). The depth of field is larger than my shots with a negative film. So less talk more pictures. Enjoy!
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