Images shot on Kodak Gold 200 in Reto Ultra Wide & Slim Before I write a review of any camera on this website, I like to put at least one roll of colour and one roll of black and white film through it. Just to see how both turn out … Read more
Images shot on Kodak Gold 200 in Yashica Electro 35 GSN We’re roughly 20% of the way through the 21st century as I write this – in 2020 – and we’re still lucky enough to be getting new films coming onto the market. In relatively recent times, CineStill started modifying … Read more
Kodak Gold 200 is a consumer film that can trace its lineage back to countless 1980s holiday snaps. If you’re not old enough to have been shooting it back then, you still may have been shot on it.
How does it stack up today though? In the right circumstances, I think it’ll give you some great results. Come see when they are and everything else Gold 200 brings in this comprehensive review.
For a city so built up, you’re never short of a park to spend some time at in Shanghai, and these parks are never short of people using them for recreation.
That makes them decent places to shoot some film photography, as I did and then wrote about here in this little blog post. Their recreation became a subject for mine.
Kodak Gold 200’s bright colours make it a good film for sunny days like this, as these shots from the Yashica Electro 35 give a glimpse of. Come see.
This guest post from Theo Santana features some great work from a trip he took to Iran. Shot on Kodak Gold 200 and Fuijicolor C200, it gives a glimpse into life on the road between Tehran and Shiraz.
I’ve never really looked into going to Iran so these photographs gave me a little peek of what it might be like to do so. I’m a big fan of the environmental portraits he got and the story the pictures tell.
Come take a look, give Theo’s trip to Iran some eyeballs and love, and find out where else you can follow his work should you want to.