This is the first time I have used Cinestill 800. The film has been in my camera since May and I just finished the roll a few days ago. Most of these pictures are from May when I went to my mothers birthday party with some other family members. I am not sure what to think of this film. I had to make adjustments to get decent flesh tones, but I do like how the portraits came out. I had to work pretty hard on landscapes and other subjects too. I probably should have used a filter of some kind given its tungsten description. I did find that indoors shots under artificial lighting did land in a more natural place (with work) than did the outdoor shots.
I have another roll and will do some research on filters before using it. It may have to be a compromise to suit filters I already own. Any tips would be appreciated.
All the parking lots in Victoria are disappearing – yet another being turned into condos.
Our cat is really sick, but she still is curious. Especially if something might be food.
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2016-47: Canon Elan 7N; EF 50mm/f1.4 and Nikkor-N Auto 24/2.8; Cinestill 800, commercially developed and scanned.