So I had this Fuji Internegative duplication film, rated 6 iso and expired since 2004 for some time now in my fridge and didn't really know for what kind of shooting I could use it with such a low iso. And then came the Jupiter3+ lens and it's wide f1.5 aperture, combined with the Hexar RF which handles 6 iso in AE mode and speeds up to 1/4000s: I thought that the combination of this film, lens and camera could bring something interesting together. As the spring is finally I went to shoot some flowers and other stuff, trying to shoot as much as possible at f1.5 to get great blurry backgrounds with bokeh.

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