Fuji Pro (120, 160 iso) user-review

When it comes to your Holga, one thinks about those lovely slide textures, colourful pictures with dark vignettes that encircles around the magic of the slide film.

When it comes to your Holga, one thinks about those lovely slide textures, colourful pictures with dark vignettes that encircles around the magic of the slide film.

But going negative is never a dull idea. Actually, going with negative means going “natural”.
What you see with your eyes is what you see in the picture, am I right?So anyway, this fuzzy negative Fuji Pro 160 is easy but it can knock your pictures out. With a little push of 160 ISO it can either help you on a cloudy day or not as much as grainy for 50 or 64 ISO in your night shots. This medium format negative film can clean your shots in a snap away!

This film gives a lovely tone texture on the skin. Soft, creamy-like skins you can see and is good for portraits.

Oops, not only that! Taking on building structures or other subjects aside from people and portraits with this film can either give you a retro shot, something that looks like it was taken way back from the 1990’s. The love of this baby is truly magical. Le natural!!!

Enjoy!

written by ethermoon on 2008-12-03 #gear #philippines #review #pro-160-diana #fuji

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