March 4th, 2011

Last month I decided to buy some Fuji colour film and see how it compares with Kodak olour film I’ve been using previously, mainly to see what I like better and which to use for Japan next month. Being told the tones and colours are different between the two, by the looks of the roll I got developed yesterday I really like the colour and tones the Fujifilm develops. In saying this I have to get my hands on some black and white film and try that. On the other hand I have a roll of 120 film that is waiting to be processed, if that turns out well I’l consider taking Rob’s Dianna F to Japan for something different.
This is a photo of Peter Holloway’s PS13 which is currently in it’s build progress. I shot an article on this RocketBunny kitted machine last month, check it out here. Really looking forward to this car being finished.

4 Responses to “”

  1. xian Says:

    Fuji neopan acros, is my fav b+w film. Super smooth and nice tones.
    What ever happened to that bhphoto order?

  2. CaseyD Says:

    A little thing called un-employed dude, will most probably do one before next month.

  3. Warren (Not UK) Says:

    Dude Provia 100 or bust. best film ever made.

  4. evan Says:

    fuji neopan acros 100 is my favortie b&w film. highly suggest it.
    fuji color film is the best… but kodak ektar 100, and 100nc are great films, so i wouldnt give up on kodak color.
    fuji superia 100 is great in 120 format, but dont really like it in 35mm.

    provia 100 rules… but slide processing isnt the cheapest.

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