Cinestill 800T is popular these days and many people use it to get unique-looking pictures. However, I am hesitant to use this film due to its high cost; 35mm Cinestill 800T sells for USD23 per roll in my local shops and is more expensive than Kodak Portra 800. A few months back when I shopped […]
Author Archives: Wenhong
I am an amateur photographer based in Singapore. I like to shoot urban landscapes and fireworks. I have been exploring different types of photography, both digital and film, shooting using a digital camera and film camera up to 8x10 large format.
5 Frames… Of birds on a 1000mm lens and Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 (35mm format / EI 400 / Nikon F601QD + LZOS MC MTO-11CA 1000mm f/10) – by Wenhong
More than ten years ago, I came across a book entitled “Birds in Our Midst” by Chew Yen Fook published in 1991. This book is a photo essay about the birds in Singapore. Of course, in 1990s all photos were taken with film cameras equipped with manual focus lenses. I revisited this book recently and […]
5 Frames… Testing a Yashica MG-1 with Fujicolor C200 and new light seals (35mm Format / EI 200 / Yashinon 45mm f/2.8)
The story began around 5 years ago. In March 2016, my friend sent a message telling me she had discovered a film camera while spring cleaning her office. I went down to see her and have a look at the camera, a fixed lens range finder, the Yashica MG-1 with Yashinon 45mm f/2.8 lens. Upon […]