This is a Fuji Superia 100, an expired one and I found it well kept at an old photo lab for almost 3-4 years, bought it for RM 5 per-roll(USD 3+/GBP 1+). Compared to my earlier ‘expired film’ post, i pushed up the ISO limit to 400 and i also use my mini-wide 28mm Sigma prime lens (my primary lens for now). So, the results seem different than previous expired film and I’m kinda love it, you can see more vibrant, vivid colors in certain shots even it’s a bit grainy and noisy. There are more expired film shots to come soon as i have 2 more unused rolls from different brand and ISO. Readers, enthusiasts are welcome to comment, advise, critics & share tips/techniques. I’m still learning here. :)
Canon EOS Rebel 2000 with Sigma 28mm f/1.8 prime lens
When we met Ben Vine on last X-Mas, he’d been talking about a creative project which i’d never heard about it before. So, he asked us to do a collaborative double exposures project with him, where each of us have to take any random shots on a film & camera of our choice and send it to him for the 2nd exposures, which he’ll do it alone i think. For an early prep, I was supposed to do a few research about the multiple exposure stuff and plus i didn’t even know that my Rebel can do such thing. I’ve got all these results without any knowledge/tips on how to do the thing. I used an unknown brand plastic camera for 1st 36s exposures and my Rebel on 2nd. And i used an expired Konica Centuria 100 film for this experimental shots. Not every image were doubled but kinda impressed with the underexposed and dreamy-infra red kinda look in a few shots.
Canon EOS Rebel 2000, 28-80mm f 3.5-5 EF Lens