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Bringing kinja into focus, one frame at a time
Bringing kinja into focus, one frame at a time
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Ektar 100 on a Nikon F2 with 50mm 1.4 lens.

Ektar continues to be magic. Still my favorite color negative film. Supposedly not that great for all the various skin tones, but since I’m not that big on shooting people, it’s perfect for my preferred subject matter. Sunshine :)

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There was this white church at this place that, in the sun, was hard to look at. Wasn’t sure how this film would handle it.

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Pretty dang well I think.

Then for some weirdness. This is the sun reflected in a river. I have no idea what happened but I dig it.

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These were the first two shots taken on this roll. I’m thinking that had something to do with it. I dunno.

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