Japan Exposures would like to express their sincere appreciation to the following individuals for their contributions to the site. We are very grateful that others share our enthusiasm for Japanese photographyÂ and make the effort to express this in writing for us to share with the rest of the world. Thank you. Dan Abbe lives in … Continue reading Contributors
If youâ€˜re using color negative film in a hybrid workflow, does it matter what film you use? Or is it true that you can do everything in post-processing? Essentially, in the digital age, what exactly does your choice of film itself bring to the table?
Shinagawa, Tokyo, Contax G1 on DNP Centuria 200 We have been notified of a price increase of the popular Fujifilm Natura 1600 colour negative film. This film has been our best selling film for several years now and its popularity is founded on its great performance under low light conditions where it really excels. And … Continue reading Negative News
Germany is full of Christmas fairs this time of the year. They are to be found in every larger town and even in some villages. Visually, they are an assault of colored lights, vivid vendorâ€˜s stalls and people mingling and socializing while sipping GlÃ¼hwein (mulled wine) and nibbling Lebkuchen (gingerbread).
When I took up a new project this fall, I decided to try my hand at developing color negative film. This is supposed to be difficult and prone to developing errors. In fact, though I had bought some Fuji Pro800 rollfilm and a Naniwa Colorkit N C-41 developing kit earlier, I held them back for just such fears. Then when the fall color got very intense this year, I couldnâ€˜t go on photographing in black & white. The first two rolls of 120 film I dropped off at my local photo shop, getting a digi-evangelization in the process.