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Thank you, I've walked this area hundreds of times and I was looking for a new perspective, stood and waited for the lady and child to hit the right spot in the frame.Love the lines and composition of this, just beautiful!
You don’t half get to see some prestigious buildings
I think I’ll have to try some out, I’m on a bit of an XP2 binge at the moment but the stock I had is running out so I was thinking of trying something new. Reading around the web I think Delta may suit me nicely, people swear by HP5 too it that’s something else I’ve never shotThanks Andy, it was very flat dull day, but I think the Delta 40 lens its self to those conditions. It is a nice emulsion.
The green one seems to have an angry expression on the front - definitely fighting for the parking space...
Thank you both! I think these are my favourite colours out of Superia so far; I'm starting to realise just how much difference a little overexposure makes. I have done a little dabbling in the past but not too much. I think the extra stop coupled with some nice golden hour sunshine seems to have kept those Fuji greens/purples in check nicely. Annoyingly I'm coming towards the end of my stock of Superia too when i've realised this and it's shot up in price since I bought it about 2 years ago. I paid £60 for 10 rolls, and it's about double that nowThat’s a nice set you e got there, the G1 seems to be bringing out the best of the Superia.
You've had me digging around my stash looking to see if I had a roll, but sadly its not one I've bought to try yet - based on these images I've added it to my (growing) list of film to try @andy1868Thank you both! I think these are my favourite colours out of Superia so far; I'm starting to realise just how much difference a little overexposure makes. I have done a little dabbling in the past but not too much.
I would definitely give it a go, although it normally has an......acquired taste to it. For me it’s best with plenty of light, the shadows get fairly green fairly quickly with any underexposure, skin tones tend to go quite strong too.