2016-08-31 – Just a little peek
Fuji Superia 100 shot at EI50
Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6
Share your knowledge, story or project
The transfer of knowledge across the film photography community is the heart of EMULSIVE. You can add your support by contributing your thoughts, work, experiences and ideas to inspire the hundreds of thousands of people who read these pages each month. Check out the submission guide here.
If you like what you're reading you can also help this passion project by heading over to the EMULSIVE Patreon page and contributing as little as a dollar a month. There's also print and apparel over at Society 6, currently showcasing over two dozen t-shirt designs and over a dozen unique photographs available for purchase.
Nice shot, but I think you might have made a mistake with the format. Shoudn’t it be 135, as opposed to 120?
Nope! Medium format in 120 rolls. I’ve still got a few rolls in the freezer!
OOps! My bad:( I thought superia only came in 135 format, but it obviously came in 120. Shame it’s not being produced anymore:( Come to think of it, I cannot recall seeing a 120 colour neg. higher than ISO 400.
It really did. Lovely film, too. As far as I know, the only ISO 800 film in 120 is Kodak Portra 800 and Lomo’s Color Negative 800 (seems like it’s old Lucky stock from China).