Low Tide – Olympus-35SP & Superia 400

52 rolls

Superia 400 is not one of my favourite films, but I won 36 expired rolls in an auction for next to nix, so am happy to play with it in overcast weather. It is disappointing that Fuji stopped making Superia 100 or Reala in 35mm. I prefer the slower speed, colour range, and finer grain. Perhaps I will have to lash out and buy some bulk Fuji industrial 100 ISO 35mm film direct from Japan.

Sept 2013 SP35 Superia400 TetanalC41 20Irrespective of my misgivings towards Superia 400, I sensed a challenge. Use this film to to put my recently acquired Olympus-35SP through its paces testing sharpness, focus, and movement using automatic settings.

Sept 2013 SP35 Superia400 TetanalC41 21Low tide, overcast weather and shooting into the direction of the morning sun poses its own technical challenges, as do contrasts between stillness and motion.

Sept 2013 SP35 Superia400 TetanalC41 23Pitted rocks retaining focus in the foreground, moving seas and sufficient depth of field to capture the distant…

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