Fuji 400h still rules? Oh, yes! (medium format film review... again)
As an analogue film enthusiast, I had the pleasure of writing about my experience with Fuji 400h film back in 2019 (here). Due to its rarity and cost, I haven't had the opportunity to use it again until recently, when I stumbled upon it while browsing film options in the city. Excited to try it out once more, I used my brother's trusty Mamiya RB67 camera with its F/3.8 lens during a fine art styled photo shoot at an old studio. Knowing that I needed to bring in as much light as possible for a decent shot, I overexposed the film by one stop to achieve the desired pastel colors.
To my delight, the results surpassed my expectations, thanks in part to the talented model and the vintage location. The images turned out to be the clear winners in the camera battle during the shoot, as I reveal in my vlog. I am thrilled with the beautiful look that the Fuji 400h film produces and want to showcase it once more. As such, I've decided to create a new blog post featuring these stunning analogue images that I hope you will enjoy as much as I do. Despite the challenges of Covid restrictions, it's a pleasure to be able to return to film photography and produce such outstanding results with this wonderful film.
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