People always ask, what does DNP stand for? To me, it means, “Dreamy Natural Picture.” Haha! Well, its my favorite film anyway. Why do I like this film very much?
Today, I don’t feel like doing anything
I just wanna lay in my bed…
Err…Hi there! Today, I would like to give my comments about DNP Centuria 100!
Okay, first of all, I got this film at Photo Shop in Malacca, Malaysia called Kedai Gambar Berwarna near my college, at about RM5 each. If I calculate correctly, it’s around US$ 1.70 (correct me if I’m wrong)
for this expired film. It has been expired for about 4 years.
At first, I thought it is a joke, as it is so cheap.Then, I bought it one to try it first. I used it with my brave, bold, yet trusty Holga 135 BC. :)
These are the results so far:
Not satisfied? Hungry for more? Here are some in multiple exposure:
As you can see, in MX, it can make nice pictures (depends on the composition as well) even if it’s expired. It can also be used for nice single pictures. Oh by the way, in my humble opinion, use it on sunny days to get more aura from the film! :)
Therefore, as conclusion, if you find this film, better grab it. It is cheap but it can produce nice tones and colors to your picture.
Last but not least, I would like to thank the Auntie at shop for letting me “borong” (buy by bulk) this film for the future use.
Thanks for reading my review! =)