Kodak BW400 CN

Kodak Professional BW400CNΒ is a high-speed chromogenic black and white negative film designed to be processed in C-41 chemistry and printed on RA-4 color papers. Thoughts: There is something lacking about this film that I can’t seem to point out just yet, but for me, I can relatively compare the end-result to Agfa APX 400. But … More Kodak BW400 CN

Kodak Colorplus 200

Shot using Kodak Colorplus 200 This film results to a vibrant shot of your subjects, perfect if you are into lomography or just into highlighting the colors on your film. I love how vivid the colors are, especially when you get the right sunlight for your shot.  


Location: WaWa Dam, Rodriguez Rizal (Philippines) Film: Agfa APX 400 Used to be a watershed dam for electricity, here’s a shot of some local women doing their laundries using the clear, running water of the dam one sunny morning.


Location: Brighton Bathing Houses (Australia) Film: Lomo 100 Color Negative A girl at Brighton Beach on full concentration mode amidst all the tourists going around taking photos of the famous Bathing Houses.