Favorite Consumer 35mm Color Film
Hard to find anymore, but I love it for use in old (1965 and before) and newer (1965 and newer) cameras for general nature/landscape and family photos. Reminds me of the color photos when I was a kid (1970’s) — a little warm and oversaturated. Very please in prints as well as online.
Not bad for the price but not my favorite inexpensive film.
Pros: The sharpness and light to med grain of the film. Low cost.
Cons: I have found that for portraits, the color has a green tint, not strong enough to be an interesting look, but strong enough that I have to adjust in post, which can be annoying if there are a lot of keepers in a roll and it is the only thing that needs adjusting. Not as much an issue for landscapes. For about the same price, I would recommend Kodak Gold 200 instead.
My favourite cheap film
Colourplus is my favourite cheap film to use on holidays or when I’m out taking photos for myself. Also looks great with flash.