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Velvia 100 Slide film with Makina 67 (Temple Street and Pier)

Velvia 100 Slide film with Makina 67 Diary (Temple Street and Pier) Velvia 100 Slide film with Makina 67 (Temple Street and Pier) February 14, 2021 How about doing some long exposures at night? That’s what I told Kevin. At last, Thien, Kevin, Nicolas and me, we all went to the Temple street car park to do some long exposures before this building got demolished later.  On that day I carried both Rolleiflex 2.8F and Makina 6 and I am […]

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Beginners guide to film – types and their characteristics

Guides and Tips Beginners guide to film – types and their characteristics Beginners guide to film – types and their characteristics October 18, 2020 Checking out cameras stores in Champagne court has become a regular activity for me and my photo buddies in Hong Kong but before film passion injected into my blood. The spark started from 10 years ago, I was deeply attracted by these nicely designed film boxes and canister (I am still collecting and trying every available […]

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Fujichrome Provia 100F (RDPIII)

Name: Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F (RDPIII) ISO: 100 Film type: Positive Slide Character: Medium saturation with fine grain   Colour and Character Provia 100F is a daylight balanced colour slide film with super fine grain. Medium contrast and saturation character make this film ideal for use in landscape, portrait and nature photography. I would recommend you to use the film at ISO 100 or maximum at ISO 200 and to avoid pushing the film beyond this as it will cause the contrast to […]

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