Fujifilm Pro 400H 35mm film

Fujifilm Pro 400H: ‘beautiful, cool tones & lush

So, now that the things are moving towards normality, people are getting vaccinated, still wearing masks, but the current trend is getting people back out there. I notice in the Sunset District of San Francisco, where I live, people are moving about like before the Pandemic.

I’ve been going over to the Golden Gate Park, and shooting with my Nikon F2 SLR camera loaded with some Kodak Gold 200 35mm film & getting some great looks at the light, sun going down, over the large park areas, where people are playing again.

In another part of the world, I used to shoot street photography in Japan, as a regular assignment. I shot with Fuji Pro 400H 35mm film, and got some results I was happiest with. Some of my favorite things to do, came in the form of shooting fuji film in Japan.

Below are the photo results> unfortunately, my favorite film stock has been discontinued but you can find it at these locations online:

Midwest Photo

KEH

Etsy

Features
High ISO speed 400, Wide exposure latitude, Superb skin tone appearance, Faithful color reproduction

Tokyo Film Capture
Shooting Fujifilm Pro 400H along Neko Dori ‘Cat Street’ in Tokyo Japan to capture fashionistas in their natural element.

Published by paulmansfield30

Photographer & Writer in San Francsico. Learning new things every day & making new friends, is what it's all about. Current Netflix binge: Demon Slayer anime. Current project: developing Japan Travel Photography books (chapters).

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