I recently was invited to attend an event at the Rogers Centre which included watching the Toronto Blue Jays (as you may have seen in my Snappy Friday teaser). It was a great day to be out and enjoy a ball game too, although the skies were much more impressive the day before. In the past few weeks, I have come to the conclusion that there is something wrong with Penny, so I borrowed my son’s camera (a Pentax ME Super) to see what sort of photos I would get on this day. Let’s just say, paired with my fisheye lens and a cheap 80-200 telephoto, I was left pretty impressed. Enjoy the pics I have posted, within.
The film used for the day – FujiFilm Superia 200 and Kodak Portra 400. I went to my trusted friends at DC to process and scan the film (and because both films are C-41, I had them back on Friday!). In the photos, I have noticed that the Fujifilm is a lot more red than the Kodak (very neutral), making the Fujifilm more ideal for use with landscape shots or general photography – in my opinion, I would not use the Superia for critical portraits of people.
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