Fuji NPH 400 (120mm)

2011-06-15 1

NPH is perfect to wedding photography and portraits, but NPH is able to meet a wide range of photographic needs.

During last summer I used in my Holga several rolls of Fuji NPH 400 expired some years ago, I can say honestly that it is an awsome film. People from Fuji says that NPH is perfect for wedding photography and portraits, but NPH is able to meet a wide range of photographic needs.

What I like in Fuji NPH 400 :
- It is a fine grain film. Film grain looked about equal to the pro 100 speed negative film.

-Superb skin tone

-Faithful color reproduction of scenes under a wide variety of lighting

-Faithful reproduction of natural greys from underexposure to overexposure

-Clearer colors in the highlights and appropriately controlled color saturation in the shadows

Unfortunately, Fuji stopped the production of Fujicolor NPH 400, but if you find some expired rolls of NPH 400 (who cares) I strongly recommend.

Check out my album with this film!

written by bongofury on 2011-06-15 #gear #film #120 #review #400 #iso-400 #lomography #holga #nph #bongofury #user-review

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  1. sprofishgel
    sprofishgel ·

    Tenho um destes por revelar. Vamos lá a ver no que dá :)

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