Kodak Gold

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    Nikon F100 Film SLR
    Nikon 35mm-135mm f:3.5-4.5 AF Macro
    Kodak Gold 200 ISO Color Film
    Developed at Costco in C-41 chemicals
    Scanned using Epson V600 (default software)
    Otherwise, straight out of camera.

    I was messing with off camera flash with both digital and film. Here's the carton laying on the ground after loading it into the F100.

    Ngo Quang Ha, i_still_believe_in_u, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. SJH Foto 25 months ago | reply

      I haven't bought film in so long! Would you say that the relative rarity of film buyers has made the price of film go up, down, or not changed it

    2. dualdflipflop 25 months ago | reply

      I don't know, some film I get is so dirt cheap, I practically buy it in bulk. Others are to damn expensive. $.99 - $12.00 depending on what kind of roll you want to get. I've found $4-8 per roll is where the decent film exists (except Fuji Superia 200, which is about $2 a roll in a four pack at WalMart). This was given to me for free. The camera store we frequent hands us rolls to try out sometimes. I'm shooting a bunch of their free film this week.

    3. Mr Sait 25 months ago | reply

      I do hope you picked this up afterwards lol.

      You should both go on a run with some Velvia 100 on shots like this, not cheap, but the colour and resolution are great. Not a portrait film! be warned.

      anyway - nice DOF and given the "rubbish" content, compo' accepted (-:

      @SJH Foto - I have had many comments re' shooting film. I like it. You can't get the same results with digital, and you think more before pressing the shutter. Film is not dead, imho the price will go up though )-:

    4. dualdflipflop 25 months ago | reply

      I'd love to get into E-6 film, but the development is as you said, costly. We want to be able to justify it. It's hard.

      This park is nice... And plenty of trash cans. One found this box in shortly after I took the frame.

    5. dualdflipflop 21 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know! Great use of this for the article.

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