ANALOGUE: Kodak Colorplus 200

MONDAY OCTOBER 29, 2018

The easiest on the pocket Kodak film and with the right amount of light, it can produce some hugely satisfying photographs. After two dozen of rolls shot, I am glad that the Colorplus was my second ever 35mm. Its forgiving nature and vibrant colours has inspired to shoot a lot more on film. At 200 ASA, grain levels are well controlled by not being overly distracting. Colorplus 200 is a lot of fun, a negative good for the less serious stuff like brunch or road trips.

It’s a film stock I wouldn’t hesitate to load onto the camera because there aren’t many reasons not to.

Shot on Canon 500N paired to a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II

CHARACTERISTICS

Of warm tones

Vibrant

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