Anyone use this film b4?


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roy2978

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Hey frens,

Anyone use Fuji Reala 100 before? What situation is it good for?

Any pic to chk it out?
 

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Originally posted by roy2978
Hey frens,

Anyone use Fuji Reala 100 before? What situation is it good for?

Any pic to chk it out?
For daylight mainly or for situation where you want the finest grain on your photo regardless of time ...

The following taking using Reala 100 film
http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=31473

http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=27002
 

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arguable the best all round print film around. but a little costly at $6.80/roll. don't think it can be bought cheaper in bulk
 

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Originally posted by oceanxp
For daylight mainly or for situation where you want the finest grain on your photo regardless of time ...

The following taking using Reala 100 film
http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=31473

http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=27002
Best film among my favourite for landscape. Good color saturation! Fine grain size. But very expensive. you can buy it in cathay PP where the films are stored in fridges.

And use it at ISO50 - ISO85 for best results. But try to avoid using it for flash photography as it seem like over-kill for such a good film.

Can be used for portraiture, but results not as good as NPH400. NPH400 or NPS160 should be better for more neutral human skin tone.
 

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Originally posted by sojourner
arguable the best all round print film around. but a little costly at $6.80/roll. don't think it can be bought cheaper in bulk
I dun really agreed.
Correct me, if I'm wrong, Reala is only good for shots which required rich saturation of colors like outdoor fashion shots, flowers, etc....
However from experience, due to its properties, the human skin tone will tends to be somewhat reddish in color. Depends on your usage, if protrait is what you going for, I will recommend you to use film which offers netural density. To my personal liking, NPS or NPH will be my choice.
 

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