Shooting film is very popular these days. Yesterday I visited my local camera store to get some 35 mm film processed and the sales guy showed me all the orders they processed that day. It was a massive load of film. I knew it was popular to shoot 35 mm film again, but didn’t know it was that popular. I am re-entering as a film shooter and in the process of experimenting with point-and-shoot cameras and 35 mm film stock. As 35mm film is getting quite expensive you better think twice before choosing and buying your new film stock. Kodak UltraMax 400 is more affordable than, for example, Kodak Portra, so I thought I would give it a go.
The images are shot with a Yashica Minitec, which is an awesome and very affordable little camera. I picked it up for €25,-, but had to fix the battery department where there was some corrosion. If you are looking for a Yashica Minitec, go for the ‘super’, which should be comparable with the Yashica T4.
Kodak UltraMax 400 has a very specific color tone, which is very different from the popular Kodak Porta. Especially identifiable in the reds and blues.