Fuji Superia 400 has been my stock color film for a long time. I have 10 rolls left, and when that’s gone it doesn’t look like I’ll be able to find it easily anymore. It was my favorite ‘buy it at a drugstore’ film, but now that I can’t buy it easily, I don’t think I will put in the effort to source it. For color, I will probably switch to Ektar and Kodak Vision 3 250D or 500T. Or some combination of all of that.
Until then, some photos celebrating Fuji Superia 400.
I like Fuji’s colors with neon lights, especially reds. (Minolta Hi-Matic 7S II, handheld)
A friend came to town and invited me to an epic dinner. (Minolta Hi-Matic 7S II, handheld)
The next day, I had a delicious tasting menu at Ox + Tiger, a Filipino-Japanese restaurant in San Francisco. (Minolta Hi-Matic 7S II, handheld)
View of the San Francisco skyline from Yerba Buena island. (Rollei QZ 35T)
The greens and blues of San Francisco bay. (Rollei QZ 35T)
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