Yes, it’s another Fuji Natura Classica post, but this one is a little different. Here are the results from the 3200 iso Ilford film, which a friend of mine told me really acts more like 1600 iso film. This is the first time I’ve used this film (I never really had a reason to use it before) and I’m very pleased with the results. Overall, the high-speed black and white film photos are much nicer than the color photos I took using 1600 iso film.
For one thing, the contrast is phenomenal.
This tree picture looks almost like an HD digital picture! I also love the way the pine needles were captured on the floor of the woods.
The weather was overcast on the day I took these shots, but it wasn’t much of a challenge for this film and camera combo.
I also took some photos at the beach at dusk.
See the lights in the background?
The following pictures were taken at a restaurant. I wanted to see just how low I could go with the lighting.
Finally, I took some pictures of my favorite, rusty road sign.
The Natura Classica plus Ilford 3200 iso film is a winning combination! I usually develop my own black and white film, but I sent this roll out to be developed by someone (or something) that can load the film onto a spool without screwing it up. I still haven’t quite mastered that skill, but because I plan on buying many more rolls of this film, I guess I’ll get more opportunities to practice.