I have a roll of that CineStill, and haven't shot it yet. I like the colors here. The first one is a dandy, film gremlins and all - the bare feet and the leaping dog in the midst of the artifacts give the whole frame a very whimsical feel. Love it!These were all self-developed ones, my first three rolls trying colour developing at home (CineStill CS41 powder kit). With...mixed results, as you'll see.
Voigtländer Bessa R, Lomo Purple XR 100-400 (rated @ 200). Film got very crinkled while loading into the developing reel and was touching itself in several places. Lots of weird stuff going on all over this roll. I think in this one they kind of make it more interesting though.
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Pentax K1000, CineStill Daylight 50. I've never shot this film before, so I don't know if the colours are normal for it or if there were developing problems. This roll was also kind of messed up upon loading, so it's hard to say.
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Mamiya 645, Portra 400.
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