I have to seriously use the film that I get within its sell by date. Having said that, this is the 2nd to last roll of film I have had sitting around for over a year. That film in question is Fujifilm’s Pro 400h color negative film. This didn’t have that colour shift that I got from my previous old roll of film (Kodak Chrome 100) which the post can be read here. But then again, that roll was, I would guess, about 10 years old.
In the past few weeks, I’ve had an opportunity to try out shooting with slide film – a roll of Fujichrome Velvia 50. As I mentioned in my previous post, the roll took 2 weeks to process. (more…)
Just picked up some new ammo to load up on the *ist and F100. Follies to follow!
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Over the past couple of weeks, I was camping and was also waiting for my first roll of slide film (Fujifilm Velvia 50) to come back from the folks at DC. Due to my ignorance, I didn’t know that it would take two weeks for the film to get processed. “Oh well,” I said to myself, “What to do in the meantime?”
What an odd roll of film to discover in my son’s bedroom – Kodak Gold 200?! I found this odd because:
- It is ASA 200. I’m used to seeing and using either 100 or 400 consumer films. I guess 100 speed doesn’t exist for consumers anymore…
- It is a Kodak consumer film that I don’t normally use (as you may know that I normally used Fujifilm in the past),
- I don’t recall buying this film for my son.
- It was in a 3-pack.
Well not really… It’s my corny joke with 3 rolls of 100 ISO film. Anyways, I’m trying to figure out which one to load into my cam in order to take more “snaps!”
What film would you like me to shoot with, and what in Toronto would you like to see on this film? I’m welcoming any suggestions – Vote in the poll, and leave a reply suggesting what place in Toronto you want to see on the film!
So I finally finished one of my very very old rolls of Kodak Elite Chrome I’ve had laying around. How old you ask? Probably close to 11 years. I vaguely remember purchasing this along with 2 rolls of Ilford black and white film, which I just only finished recently. (more…)