Trying CineStill 50D

 

This past winter I got myself a roll of CineStill 50D, the lowest ISO-film I’ve shot so far, and the results are a very cool and fine grain experience. The interesting thing with CineStill-film is that it’s Motion Picture film from Kodak that’ve been converted and repackaged. This film, like many others, are daylight balanced. Meaning as I was shooting this on a snowy day with overcast, a warming filter might have been appropriate, but I figured that the cooled tones suited the cold landscape. ;-)

Due to it’s fine grain and cinematic look (under the right conditions), this is a film I would like to revisit some day soon!

Shot with Nikon F80 and Nikkor 50 mm AF 1.8D.

 

NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snowNS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snowNS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow NS68 AREKU CineStill 50D Nikon F8 Winter snow

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