Roll 38, 2016

Roll 38, 2016 is another roll of the new JCH Streetpan 400 film. I really like this film, it has a good contrast and a nice punchy look. It feels very different than the HP5 posted in the previous week. First part of the roll was shot heading up to Mission Dolores in San Francisco.… Continue reading Roll 38, 2016

Roll 20, 2016

Roll 20 is my last roll of Agfa Vista 400, the color and results from this roll were a bit disappointing. They’re from an overcast day shooting the remains of Candlestick Park, once a football stadium, now a construction site. Shots taken on: Nikon F6, 50mm f/1.8, Agfa Vista 400 Developed and scanned by The… Continue reading Roll 20, 2016

Roll 19, 2016

Roll 19 is a roll of Agfa Vista 400, which is an inexpensive film, I prefer Portra but Agfa is about half the cost and not too bad when you have plenty of light. The difference is only $4 per roll, which isn’t that much, but can add up if you shoot a lot. Shots… Continue reading Roll 19, 2016

Roll 17, 2016

Roll 17 is a roll of Cinestill 800T shot on a road trip to Portland. Cinestill is an interesting film. I really like using it for night, which I did for Roll #8. The film is balanced for tungsten light, which results in a cool color cast for day shots, which you can see in… Continue reading Roll 17, 2016

Roll 12, 2016

Roll #12 is a roll of Kodak Portra 400. A few shots of a radio tower and building out on the bay in Redwood Shores and from around the neighborhood. Shots taken on: Nikon F6, 50mm f/1.8, Kodak PortraDeveloped and scanned by The FIND Lab

Roll 6, 2016

Roll #6 is my second roll of Lomography 400 color film. I’m getting down to shooting just my standard film stock, which is primarily Kodak Portra. I have a few rolls of Cinestill around, plus just backed their 120 film campaign on Indiegogo. Oh yeh, I also just ordered two rolls of Fuji Natura 1600… Continue reading Roll 6, 2016

Roll 5, 2016

Roll #5 is a roll of Lomography 400 color film. I had two rolls of the Lomo film still around from my film tests, so this and next week are shot on that film.

Roll 4, 2016

Roll #4 is a roll of Kodak Portra 160. Portra might be my favorite film that is still available, however ISO 160 is a bit tough to work with—the variable light sensitivity is one of the biggest pluses digital has going for it.

Roll 3, 2016

The third roll in my 52 rolls project, a roll of Fuji Superia. This is one of the last rolls of miscellaneous film I had lying around. I really struggled to capture the second shot with the couple eating lunch. It has such potential, but 5-stories up and with only a 50mm and no other… Continue reading Roll 3, 2016