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    First Film I shot since around 2009-2010.

    I know that they are nothing special, and using a inexpensive C-41 film. But this is the first film I have shot in about five years. In the Industrial areas of Wichita KS. It felt nice getting back to film.
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    Welcome back to film! What camera did you use?

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    I used a Canon Elan 7N with a 28-105 lens with Fuji Superia 200 film.

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    Welcome to APUG
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

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    beautiful! even cheap c-41 film looks fantastic.
    I just got a 150 yen roll of fujifilm c-41. Wonder how that's going to turn out.Click image for larger version. 

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    Congratulations! The shots look good. Superia is a much better film than the price tag would have you believe. I think it's the number one price/performance film. Colour reproduction in Superia 200 is a bit desaturated but it's accurate and therefore easy to increase saturation if you want.

    Superia 200 is actually my preferred film for industrial shots.

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    [QUOTE=ericdan;1670772]
    I just got a 150 yen roll of fujifilm c-41. Wonder how that's going to turn out./QUOTE]

    Knowing modern C-41 films, most likely rather nicely!


    Quote Originally Posted by Jaf-Photo View Post
    Congratulations! The shots look good. Superia is a much better film than the price tag would have you believe. I think it's the number one price/performance film. Colour reproduction in Superia 200 is a bit desaturated but it's accurate and therefore easy to increase saturation if you want.

    Superia 200 is actually my preferred film for industrial shots.

    I actually like Superia 200 as a workmanlike C-41 film, and the reason why I picked it up. I use it to test camera's and to keep in the camera when I am not planning to shoot anything in specific. In fact I plan to shoot at least a half of a roll over lunch just to get back in the habit. It can be obtained for a good price too.

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    I know how you feel - recently returned to film myself, and wondering why it took me so long. Love the industrial shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FujiLove View Post
    I know how you feel - recently returned to film myself, and wondering why it took me so long. Love the industrial shots.
    Thanks - I plan to return to the Industrial area this weekend with some more film in hand. I need to exercise, and I recently found that a 35mm on a mono-pole will get me walking to find a shot and getting some exercise in better then anything else, as I don't think of it as exercise. That and on this weekend I can go to the rail-yards and wait for trains to come by. Wichita has a very nice industrial area.

    And yes, I have not had this much fun in some time. though with the cost of developing film I might start putting C-41 film though the B+W process.

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    You can develop C41 at home for 1/10 of the cost of commercial development

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