The grocer.

For anyone in doubt about film having a different look from digital, look carefully at this image.

Noteworthy observations: the colours, the tonality.  There are other differences that I’ve never been able to put my finger on — call it the “je ne sais quoi” factor.

As an aside, I’ve always found that the Voigtländer Nokton 40mm, the lens used to capture this image, performs exceptionally well on film.

—Peter | Prosophos.

The grocer

↑Leica MP, Voigtländer Nokton 40mm @ f/1.4, and Fuji Superia X-tra 200.

3 thoughts on “The grocer.

  1. Luiz Paulo says:

    One hue I truly like on film is the green — richer; and not over saturated.

  2. Ben Miller says:

    I’ve noticed that when I shoot film I do not get the blown out highlights from light sources like I do with digital.

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