Fuji Superia 400, 35 mm

by Todd on March 10, 2011

Here are a few snaps from my Nikon F100, on Fuji Superia 400, using the Zeiss 100/2 Makro-Planar: a random theatre student I met while doing headshots for the department’s faculty, a Mexican restaurant in Solon, and our cat Jim Jong Il. Very fine grain to this film!

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Wayne Jackson February 23, 2014 at 11:35 am

Lovely shots! Are these raw scans or did you boost the colors in post?


Todd February 23, 2014 at 7:18 pm

Thanks, Wayne. It’s been so long I can’t remember precisely what was done to these, but I don’t ever boost colors through saturation or any sort of plugin, etc. But I do almost always make some small tweaks, so they aren’t raw scans. I usually have to remove some dust/hair, scratches and such. Beyond that, best guess is a slight contrast bump with Curves (sometimes has a subtle effect on deeper colors and mids), and a round of sharpening.


Wayne Jackson February 23, 2014 at 8:04 pm

Cool, thanks for the response. I found you’re blog while browsing superia examples. I’m moving into film and recently acquired an F100 and a Mamiya 645af(delivering tomorrow). So far, I like portra most but for everyday shooting superia looks really good. I’m glad you could show how nicely this film renders color. Cheers!

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