Japanese Food.


Don’t you just love how a film surprises you? Kodak UltraMax 400 has always been one of the most reliable films for me: reasonably true-to-life colors that work both indoors and out. When we were dining at Hizenya (肥前屋), I didn’t think it was bright enough so many of these were shot wide open, hence the shallow depth of field (that I sometimes regret). As it turns out, the light sources in the restaurant were mostly in the right places for these photos and the tones are just incredible, definitely some of my favorites produced with the Kodak UltraMax 400.









Negative0-06-03(1)Kodak UltraMax 400, Canon FTb

13 comments on “Japanese Food.

  1. They look great! :D I like the shallow depth of field, there are only two pictures (one with the fish(?) plate and one with the girl/guy with the bowl), were perhaps a little sharpness would be more welcome, but otherwise really great pictures! :3
    I’m really glad that I happened to come across your blog! :]

    1. Thank you so much! :) I’m really glad you enjoy the blog, I feel myself grow so much as a photographer through the blog and the comments, it’s been such a fun thing for me to do.

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