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Columbus on Fuji C200

Fuji C200 is a cheap film, and it shows. In most cir­cum­stances, espe­cial­ly indoors or on a cloudy day, the colours come out mut­ed and mud­dy. The film has a very low con­trast, and there is a lot of grain. It also appears have a strong magen­ta cast to it.

Nev­er­the­less, I think the film does shine in the sun. The colours look like a lazy sum­mer dream. Take these pho­tographs for instance:

The results almost look like as if they are suf­fused with hon­ey; I can almost feel the warmth on my cheeks. But that’s where the mag­ic stops. If you zoom in, you’ll notice that all the details are noisy and the film does­n’t exact­ly lend itself resolution.

Which is under­stand­able, because it is a cheap, con­sumer-grade colour film that is excel­lent to prac­tice on, espe­cial­ly if you are a begin­ner to film pho­tog­ra­phy. To see the all pho­tos from the series, please scroll below: I got the film for a steal on eBay. If you are inter­est­ed in try­ing out the film, click here.

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