Stand inspected

Shot on Fuji Pro 400H at EI 50
Colour negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6
Overexposed three stops


Stand inspected - Shot on Fuji Pro 400H at EI 50. Colour negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6. Over exposed three stops.
Stand inspected

Shot on Fuji Pro 400H at EI 50.

Colour negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6.

Overexposed three stops.



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  1. I’m curious as to how it was developed (I’ve never done color pull or push) – this was shot over by 3 stops, was it underdeveloped to compensate, or developed normally? I do like how vivid the colors are on this.

  2. Ok…why “3 stops over exposed?” I see nothing in the scene to warrant this? Incident reading or reflective reading taken? Even exposing for the shadows, preferred for negative, there should still be plenty of dr left for this scene. Baffled!!

    1. David, have you ever had the desire to try something just to see what would happen? What different effects you can produce in camera or how much abuse a film stock can take?

      That’s what this is; experimentation through the desire of finding things out. It’s fun and yes, it might not be for everyone but photography doesn’t have to always be serious and it certainly doesn’t have to be played against a specific set of rules.

      Be baffled but enjoy it, it’s all a learning experience with nothing wasted if you’ve enjoyed what you’ve done and found something out along the way!