Tag: 50 iso

  • Velvia Goodness!

    written by ethermoon on 2010-08-09 #gear
    Velvia Goodness!

    I have been a fan of this film. 50 iso has never been this good for cross-processing. Since last year, I have been looking forward to use up a Fuji Velvia 50 iso, but can never found one. Some say this film is rare to its rarest. Until one day, a friend of mine has a brick of this, so I consumed 2-3 rolls of film from him.

  • Lomography Redscale XR + Russian LC-A

    written by rancliffhasenza on 2011-03-17 #gear
    Lomography Redscale XR + Russian LC-A

    Have you ever expected a film to come out in a certain way, but it didn't? Have you ever had an overexposed 35mm Lomography Redscale XR film, which you shot with your LC-A? Well I did. I bought a 35mm Lomography Redscale XR film and loaded my original Russian LC-A (ISO settings 25-400) with it. Quite interesting photos.

  • Ilford Pan F: Finding a Good Substitute with the Polypan F

    written by yayoboy on 2012-12-03 #gear
    Ilford Pan F: Finding a Good Substitute with the Polypan F

    Who doesn't love black and white? I mean, the feeling it gives to your images, mystical, pure, old, and raw are just a few words to describe it. Some time ago i came across this film, the Polypan F 50 iso , and after some research it seems a (good) substitute for the good old loved Ilford Pan F.

  • An Old Skool Fujichrome 50 RD

    written by kuryzu on 2011-08-03 #gear
    An Old Skool Fujichrome 50 RD

    Among the Fujifilm ISO 50 pile that I found being sold, I picked up this old skool Fujichrome 50 RD. I've tried to search it again but this is the only one. Again, I was driven by my curiosity, so I bought it.

  • Morocco from My Fisheye's Point of View

    written by olyfie on 2012-07-16 #places
    Morocco from My Fisheye's Point of View

    Two South African girls fed up with city life, packed up and decided to backpack through Morocco and travel the Sahara desert in June 2012. We did this with no preceded planning except for buying the airline tickets. This turned out to be the most magical and enlightening trip we've had, and not in the least bit as scary as everyone warned us it would be. I documented everything I laid my eyes on with an 100 ISO color negative film and my Fisheye 2 and experimented with a 50 ISO expired film that also went through the airport scanner. This trip made for some interesting pics. Enjoy!