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This article pits Kodak's medium format Portra 400 against CineStill's 800T in a head-to-head.
A while ago I was involved in a Twitter conversation about what scene from a movie you wish you could have shot yourself, or wish you could replicate.
I had a roll of CineStill 800T in my fridge waiting for a special occasion. I was going home from work one day and I could see a promise of fog in the air.
So I decided it was time to experiment with Cinestill 800. I got myself some rolls of 35mm and 120. My weapon of choice was my ever trustworthy Minolta Autocord with its 75mm Rokkor lens.
The tungsten aesthetic really is my thing.
I'm a latecomer to film photography, but have been working hard to catch up.
A few weeks ago, Nils suggested putting together an unorthodox camera/film review that he felt would be useful to readers of EMULSIVE. He wasn't joking, it was anything but orthodox.
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Urgent business Shot on Cinestill 800T at EI 800 Color motion picture negative in 35mm format
Down the canal Shot on Cinestill 800T at EI 800 Color motion picture negative in 35mm format
In the time honoured tradition of lazy posting at the end of each year, here's the first in a series of top 10 and countdown articles planned for EMULSIVE during this final week of 2017. First up, time to take
Hey everyone and welcome to the latest EMULSIVE interview.
I thought CineStillFilm 800T would be a fun film to try and used my Leica M2 and Summarit-M 50mm f2.5 lens (with lens hood) to shoot a roll in and around the Manchester Art Museum, Rylands Library and the surrounds.
Waiting for the count Shot on Cinestill 800T at EI 800 Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6
Regular contributor Lorraine Healy is back, this time with a comparison of CineStill's 800T against the mighty Fuji 800 of yesteryear that was also recently featured in the Lomography Magazine (details for the curious are below.
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