Tag: Fuji Superia Xtra 400
These are flowers I look forward to seeing every Spring! They can be up to 5 inches in diameter, and stand taller than me (I’m 65″). Bees love them, and often you will hear the buzz long before you reach them.
Taken with Nikon FM2N, Elicar 55mm f2.8 AIS Macro, Fuji Superia Xtra 400, and scanned with Pakon 135.
This was taken a few weeks ago while out on a hike through the local backcountry. Spring is fading away, and wildfires are already beginning to rear their flames. The plants here are more lush than they have been in some time – we had a bit of rain!
Nikon FM2N, Elicar 55mm f2.8 Macro, Fuji Superia Xtra 400, Pakon 135 scanner.
I bought a Werra 5 about a month ago, and this is part of the first roll of film sent through the camera, primarily with purpose of learning how to use it, see the results, and determine if there were any light leaks. All is well!
This is one of the last three images I took, just to finish the roll, knowing I had the time to get to a photo lab somewhere. It turns out, there is a 1-hour lab still functioning less than 5 miles from where I live, and half-way on the way to work. Convenience!
Like I said, this was one of the last 3 images I took. I pointed and shot – not a great picture (others were better) – but I rather like the mood of this unfocused bowl. Film used is Fuji Superia 400 Xtra that I bought a couple of years ago.
This is a post-production image from my first roll of film in the Nikon FM2N. It is Fuji Superia Xtra 400, bought at the drugstore, developed at the drugstore. Lens is a Vivitar Close Focus 28mm lens.
If you click on the image, a new one will come up. If you have a magnifying glass for your cursor, click again, and the picture will blow up to the original size of the scan. Kinda interesting?