January 28, 2010

Bath time - Fuji PRO 160NS









The good folks at FujiFilm sent me some film to try out that is not released here in the US. It is Fuji Pro 160NS. These were all shot on my Contax 645 w/80mm lens @ f/2 in natural light (window light in the bathroom). It was developed in FujiHunt chemistry and scanned on a Fuji Frontier SP2500. These are straight scans.

And if you are wondering, yes, my camera got wet during this shoot and yes, somehow all my kids are white :).

9 comments:

Brandon said...

How does this compare to 160S?

jamie said...

lololol

Alisa Greig said...

love it and your cute kids!

Michael Sebastian said...

It looks contrastier and cooler than 160S. Where does it fit in their range of ISO 160 C41 films?

Gwen said...

LOVE THESE! -mmmmm yummy, that is so great sassiness caught on film! You can play with new film at my house anytime. ;)

ortley said...

How funny! Thanks for sharing!

Laura Reaux said...

"yes, somehow all my kids are white :)" Haha! I hadn't even thought about that until you mentioned it. A bunch of little white Jonathan's (but much prettier, I'm sorry)!

Zoltan said...

Is this film being sold anywhere on the planet? What does Fujifilm have to say about it? And how do you find the grain when you blow the shots up real large?

Jonathan Canlas said...

@zoltan

to my knowledge, it is a film only available in japan. my fuji rep sent me some film to test out as they are considering releasing it in the us markets.