Fuji PRO160C Film

I started out getting back into film using mostly positive films. It wasn’t until I got hands on a Hasselblad that I thought I would give colour negatives a try. The first film I tried was Fuji PRO160C - and what a good first choice it was. I managed to get some really quite acceptable results from it - especially when muted colour was what I was looking for. It did take some work on my scanner to get that delivering exactly what I was looking for, but once there, it was consistent. I metered for the rating on the box - ISO160 - and felt no need to do anything else. Here are some samples….

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A temple in Nara. Nice dark skies and some lovely yellow hats on the students. Hasselblad 500CM.

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Spring in Kyoto. Hasselblad 500CM.

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Nara lantern. Hasselblad 500CM.

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Shoes. Hasselblad 500CM

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Brass corners. Hasselblad 500CM

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Winter protection. Hasselblad 500CM

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Kamakura Mini. Mamiya 645 Pro TL.

© David Runacres 2014