I really enjoyed making a mini series of my few days of shooting film at the beginning of May (if you are interested, here are links to parts 1, 2, 3 and 4). I hope you enjoyed it a little bit, too :)
Since then, I thougt that I would really like to post analog photos on a regular basis. First, because I really enjoy doing analog photos and I wrote about it here a number of times - but since I engaged in 365 project, most of my photos are digital - a bit inconsistent, isn't it? ;)
Second - because I have a few dozen "archival" film rolls scanned and since the mini-series I have shot another dozen + one rolls - why not share those photos? :)
So in the end, I want to make it a twice-a-week thing, posting some photos on Mondays and some on Fridays (I pick up my scans on Thursdays, so it might be a good schedule).
Today I have some photos from Fuji Superia 200 film, a really nice color film. I thought it was discontinued, but recently I learned that it is still available, just harder to get.
I bought really cheap 5 expired rolls - and expired they are... They have World Cup '98 logo on them. I was in primary school then - that gives some perspective :D
Such old film became a bit darker and less "contrasty", it also needs good light (if not overexposing) to give good images. But I really like the "vintage" look it has. Here are some examples: