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The Indian – Fuji Pro 400H

Fuji Pro 400H shot at ISO200
Color negative film in 35mm format

The Indian - Fuji Pro 400H shot at ISO200. Color negative film in 35mm format.

The Indian
Fuji Pro 400H shot at ISO200.
Color negative film in 35mm format.

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  1. I love those colours. I have some ready to process. My first roll.

  2. Great shoot. However that Indian bike is two wheeled porn.

    • Rarely. Maybe I should change that. All available if requested though. This was my M6 with the Canon 50/1.5.

  3. thats good colour from pro400h



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