Barbed Wire Roses (FujiFilm Superia 800)

This is easily one of my favorite films so far. You get one extra stop than the 400 for those lightning situation where you really need it, but mostly the grains are really creamy and nice, yet having good abilities regarding contrast, working well even during the brighter hours or situations. If possible, choose the 800 instead of the 1600 – what you win with the 1600 regarding extra stop of exposure is bearably worth it contra the not so nice grains.

Below is a couple of photos I took a couple of weeks ago. The roses are made by Caroline, make sure to check out her Instagram for more sweet stuff!

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

FujiFilm Superia 800 by AREKU

Check out some of my previous posts for more analogue pictures from 2017:

Long after Midnight in Malmö (w. FujiFilm Superia 1600)
Samsung Fino 20S (w. FujiFilm Superia 200)

Fujica MF (w. Fuji Superia 200)

Color in B&W (Ilford XP2 400)

Analogue Streetphoto
Sunny Days
Through Snow and Mist

 

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