You will probably have to compensate for reciprocity failure for more than a few seconds exposure on pro 400, I doubt it's that significant tho tbh
If I'm struggling with manual exposure on color negs I just aim for like 2 stops over what I estimate and it'll probably be fine.
(With monochrome I just use the aperture/shutter speed I want for the shot unless it's obviously far too dark. I expose slides carefully, usually.)
I see myself being arrested on suspicion of being some kind of weird sexual predator
"Why were you taking pictures of young women's hands"
"I wasn't honestly I was taking pictures of everyone's hands"
"Disgusting, it's the death penalty for you"
cross processed e100vs shot with a konica big mini I got for 250 yen (like £1.50) on yahoo auctions
also finally found 30 mins to take my pentax 67 out and shot a roll around my neighborhood (cross processed kodak e64)
rI tried the fabled Ektar pushed to 400 finally. The colors are super fucked up, it has the magenta that overdeveloped c41 gets and the blue shadows that underexposed Ektar gets... it's fixable in post but it's a bit of an effort. I might try it again with more careful shooting and getting it processed at a pro lab (to remove any potential weirdness due to my home dev) but for me this roll was a mostly a failure.
it's pretty much velvia x10, super saturated and contrasty and quite hard to shoot since it has so little latitude
unfortunately it's long gone as it was a limited run in japan only, a decade ago... I got a 5 pack from a guy on yahoo auctions who was selling off a load he'd had deep frozen till now
I took some photos of cherry blossoms on fuji fortia, which was supposedly developed specifically for shooting cherry blossoms (and which I spent far too much money on), that means automatic good photos right. It is so saturated it turns out shooting in golden hour was actually a bad idea.
I shot 5 more rolls on various films so I hope you all like pictures of fucking flowers.
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