In earlier posts I mentioned that I had little time to go and make photos and I've tried to catch up around Easter. Well, recently I made up for it pretty well ;)
Thanks to so called "long weekend" in Poland at the beginning of May (1st and 3rd of May are holidays) I managed to get 5 free days in a row. Forecasts were really bad, but in the end weather turned out to be great, so I used that time not only to start blogging here, but also to go out and shoot.
In the photo there are 4 films I burned through over this five days and left at the lab today to get developed and scanned. I was waiting to try three of them for some time:
Fujicolor 100 - first on the left. It is also called "Fuji Industrial 100", as it is targeted for proffessional market and sold only in Japan in bulk packages. Some shops manage to import it anyway, so I bought it while it was available. It's supposed to bring really juicy reds and greens when shot in good light.
Kodak Ektar 100 - it's supposed to have very vivid colors and extremely small grain.
Ilford XP2 Super 400 - it's chromogenic black and white film, which means it can be developed in C-41 process, the same as for color films, in any lab that does it. I wanted to try it just because of that, but also because it can be exposed in ISO from 50 to 800 and yield very different results.
Last one is regular Fujicolor C200 I use most of the time.
Scans will be ready on Thursday and I can't wait to see the results. I will definitely share them here, so stay tuned if you are interested :)