This roll of film made me think very carefully how and which camera it should be used with. And so should you. Pro S was an ISO daylight-type color negative film designed for professional use, featuring more highly. Buy FUJIFILM Pro S Professional Color Negative (Print) Film Review FUJIFILM.
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Achievements The history of Fujifilm is a history of valuable innovation. I obtained this roll during a short getaway holiday in Bangkok, Thailand.
This came highly recommended to me and it was definitely money well spent. Rated 5 out of 5 by Recycle One from I can depend on S time after time Nowadays, everything is digital.
Buy a few rolls and you wont be disappointed, I promise.
It features Fuji’s new peel and stick paper backing. I had wanted to use it there but ended up not being able to. Be the first to review this item. Technologies A technology company, Fujifilm is engaged in a wide variety of endeavors.
Rated 5 out of 5 po Anonymous from Excellent Beautiful quality prints fuii this film. Other colors that might be within my frame such as green foliage or bright yellow flowers, come out wonderfully saturated.
Available in our Shop. The C is definately more saturated, but the S is also very saturated too. The quality of enlargements is great. Fujicolor Pro QuickSnap Superia. But when I do shoot film, this film is my jam.
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Hailing from Indonesia, Lomo Cult is a self-confessed Lomography fanboy and one of our community’s most active members. This finer grain structure is particularly notable in large print sizes, reducing visible grain for smoother reproduction of skin texture Super Efficient Coupler Technology The yellow coupler employed in fji Pro S is approximately 1. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Excellent film I often make 8×10 enlargements of photos.
160ss digital scanner suitability.
Fujicolor Pro H is an ISO fine grain natural color professional film for weddings, portraits, fashion with fourth color layer on triacetate base. I have never really tried Pro C though. It’s Fujifilm, and that’s what I use all the time.
Fujifilm is helping make the world a better, healthier, and more interesting place. It originally comprised four emulsions: But I do take quite a few snaps of people during my photo walks. I strongly prefer Reala, which also looks better in prints off my local Frontier.
All incorporate Fuji’s fourth cyan layer for improved colour rendition and were optimised for scanning and single channel printing. In it was renamed Pro NS with no change to the emulsion, available inand sheet film and only distributed in Europe, Asia and Australia. Lomographer henryohead reveals his secret as to how he draws illustrations by superimposing images together. Negative density level unified with other PRO series films for maximum printing uniformity and efficiency.
Please login to leave a comment. The H emulsion was originally launched as NPH in The addition of a fourth cyan-sensitive layer to the typical RGB sensitive layers helps simulate accurate color as the human eye perceives it.
He talks to us about his Lomography camera collection and his camera of choice, the BelAir X Fujifilm Holdings Corporation Investor Relations. That’s why I always come back to Fugi S. Rated 5 out of 5 by AlaskaStuart from Scans well, very clean I’ve always used Provia F for critical work, and still do, but not as often.
Scanning prl film is a breeze and the grain is very fine! If not it would just be a waste of money. I shot two rolls of each on the same day and the difference in color was quite striking. Provides wide exposure latitude from under- to overexposures, superb skin tones with smoothly continuous gradation from the highlights to the shadows, highly faithful color reproduction, an exciting three-dimensional appearance to the image and single-channel suitability for uniform printing efficiency.
Many of you may be wondering—why use a half-frame camera instead of a full-frame one? I am a big fan of Fuji Pro S, mainly for its natural colors and very fine grain.
Fujicolor Pro is a line of professional color negative films from Japanese company Fujifilm introduced in for weddings, portraits, fashion and commercial photography.