What film do you use


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DarkForce

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No sure anyone post this question before. Comments are welcome.

What film do you use for each of the following event. You might want to share your view in this format

Format example

Landscape :

Fuji Superia 100
Agfa Ultra 50

Portraiture :

Fuji Reala (ISO 100)
Fuji NPH (ISO 400)

Sport :
Fuji Superia 400
 

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Dark Force , thought u r into digital photog

Portraits : Fuji 100, 200 and 400 and Kodak Potra 160
 

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jeff49er said:
Dark Force , thought u r into digital photog

Portraits : Fuji 100, 200 and 400 and Kodak Potra 160
In term of quality I still prefer film. Esp slide :)
 

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jeff49er said:
Dark Force , thought u r into digital photog

Portraits : Fuji 100, 200 and 400 and Kodak Potra 160
He's now Pro liao.. Use digital and film! :thumbsup:
Even juz bought a film camera!! :lovegrin:

Now only waiting for him to teach beginner like me... :cry:
 

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Ashleyy said:
He's now Pro liao.. Use digital and film! :thumbsup:
Even juz bought a film camera!! :lovegrin:

Now only waiting for him to teach beginner like me... :cry:
Teach you ? Can but give me 1000 years to learn the skill first :bsmilie:
 

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Black-and-white Neg Films: TMX and TMY

Color Neg Films: Fuji NPS, NPH, Fuji Superia 200 and 400, Kodak Portra series, Gold 200 and Max.

Color Transparency Films: Fuji Velvia 100, Provia F, Reala, Sensia, Kodak Ektachrome and Kodachrome (for that classic look).
 

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jeff49er said:
wah cool

when u bot that camera? how much?
About $800. Just want to buy a decent one to play with more film. Hope it can last till I am 80 :)
 

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Black-and-white Neg Films: TMX and TMY

Color Neg Films: Fuji NPS, NPH, Fuji Superia 200 and 400, Kodak Portra series, Gold 200 and Max.

Color Transparency Films: Fuji Velvia 100, Provia F, Reala, Sensia, Kodak Ektachrome and Kodachrome (for that classic look).
Thanks photopurist,

Will try on those Colour Neg Films.

As for the other two , I am not up to the standard yet to use it :)
 

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Kodak High Definitions 200
Fuji Superia Xtra 200 and 400
Kodak CN400BW
Kodak Supra 100, 800
 

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DarkForce said:
Slide and B&W. Only try those when I am good enough loh :)
Everybody is good enough, including yourself. You have to try to love it. If you can produce a perfect exposure on transparency films, digital is "chicken feet."
 

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photopurist said:
Everybody is good enough, including yourself. You have to try to love it. If you can produce a perfect exposure on transparency films, digital is "chicken feet."
Thanks for the advise and encouragement . :)
 

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Darkforce, what you said is good sense.

Be careful about Tmax100. It is finicky. You better know your stuff before you try that.
 

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student said:
Darkforce, what you said is good sense.

Be careful about Tmax100. It is finicky. You better know your stuff before you try that.
Thanks student,

I will try to be slow and steady when come to film photography. Only then I can be more aware of what I am doing and spot mistakes and learn fom it. :)
 

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