Firstly apologies for the time taken for this update it has been a bit busy recently.
So quick recap I took 10 rolls of film with me on holiday recently to Malta and I have been sharing my results here. So far we have had
Roll 1: Oriental Seagull 100
Roll 2: Kodak E100VS
Roll 3 : Velvia 50
Roll 8 : Film Washi S
Roll 10: New Lomochrome Purple
In hindsight probably should have done them in order.
For this update I shot two rolls of Kodak Vision 3 250D. This is a cine film designed for daylight shooting. The film has a remjet coating so is not processed by most labs. It is also designed to be processed in ECN2 chemicals but can be processed in C41 chemicals once the remjet has been removed.
I mention this as I was lucky enough that these were processed in their native ECN2 chemistry.
I get my Cine films from https://ntphotoworks.com/ they are also who I use for getting them processed. They now sell ECN2 kits for those who home develop. These were developed (and two rolls of Vision 50D) in ECN2 to test the kits, as for Cine film this is not their current standard offering and I was very happy for them to use the rolls as test rolls. Please contact them directly for any further info. (This is not a sponsored blog btw)
Thus back to the setting. At this stage in the holiday my meter had broken on the camera so I was bracketing more than normal. In hindsight, especially with this film stock it probably was not as necessary as the differences between one stop were not huge.
The location was M’dina Malta. This is known as the quiet city. It is full of narrow streets and paths and is set among the hills. The city was also used for quite a few scenes in Game of Thrones. All the photos have been taken using an Olympus OM1n. IMHO the Kodak Vision films are one of the best colours film out there, better than any standard colour C41 films and easier to handle than slide film. See what you think