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    What Negative is good for landscapes?

    No Slides, due to convenience... Lighting is not really an issue as I'll have a tripod around, and it's for landscape only...

    Fuji Reala?


    Any input id greatly appreciated...



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    Reala is great if you want pretty good color saturation. Works like a charm with polarizer.

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    Check out this url -> http://www.gustafson.tk/
    Then click the ISO u want at the bottom of the page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whoelse
    Check out this url -> http://www.gustafson.tk/
    Then click the ISO u want at the bottom of the page.
    Thanks.... nice site...
    But their skin tone is not normal. Looking for landscape use only also.

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    I tried an Agfa film once but forgot the name. It's an ISO 100 film. Used it to take some shots of friends in reserve parkc when we went hiking. Skin tones came out unnatural but greens and earth colors were saturated. I guess it might be more suitable for landscapes.

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