January was a slow month for photography, but I thought I would share a few photos from a roll of Kodak Ultramax 400 film I used in the Nikon F6. There might be a few people curious to see what this film looks like. I added a bit of contrast where needed, but otherwise the photos are what the lab sent to me.
This film portrays head and heel-less women very well. I should have waited until a child passed by, but it’s not a neighbourhood where there are many children.
I like the pavement painting in front of the pots. This film has great colour.
Another example of the film’s bright colours. Reds seem to come out with a slightly orange-y.
A jumble of buildings. This film is very sharp, though there is quite a bit of grain, especially in areas like skies. It might not look too bad up to 10×8, though. And how big do you want to enlarge holiday film anyway?
The missus in a pink phone box.
Dinner at the Samgeori restaurant not far from the city centre. Yum yum.
This is how I know I made the photos using the F6 . . . .
The last part of the roll was dedicated to kitty and his nose prints on the window.
Well, nothing spectacular, but you can see that this is a fine film for casual photography when out and about. I used it in mostly overcast weather and it might look even nicer in sunlight. The film is cheap, which is a nice bonus. Highly recommended for Film Fun days.