Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color

Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color

I don’t have any experience using Fuji Film, nothing for any comparisons. I have noticed the Fuji 100 and 400 seems a bit richer than Ilford or Agfa though.

These were all shot on 12/31/2021. A bit appropriate for the last day of 2021.

Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color
Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color
Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color
Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color

Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color

Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji ColorFinished photographs filtered with Fuji FP 100C.

2 thoughts on “Cemetery Light, Contrast, And Fuji Color”

  1. Fuji is much more saturated color than Agfa. When I worked at the Image Bank years ago, we did film tests and Fuji had more saturation. we contacted Fuji about it and they said it was purposeful, as Asians have fair skin. The Japanese and other Asians markets preferred their skin tones to be more saturated. It was a bit much for Caucasian skin tone though. Kodak was much more preferable.

    1. I agree with the saturation. I actually tried a few taken here with Fuji and Kodak.

      The DxO Film Pack is an interesting software. The film filters are impressive, info with each one seems accurate. Of course if a person is a purest, no this is digital simulations. But younger photographers might try film, yet how many will use it for there actual ongoing work.

      For me it’s a nice change. But I’m an in between dinosaur. Never go back to film, and sold all the Sony to go back to DSLR. 😂

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