I have quite a few rolls of Kodak Vision 3 50D along with a few other rolls of various motion picture stock in my fridge.
I had been waiting for some good light to try the 50D to see how it performed as I really liked the 250D when it was processed in both C41 & ECN2 chemistry.
I hadn’t shot my Pentax Program A for a while so I went out for a walk to see what I could get in the sun.
As I was pretty impatient I developed the roll in C41 as I don’t have any ECN2 chemistry yet.
The initial scans where pretty flat which isn’t a surprise but once I got them into Lightroom and just tweaked the Dehaze slider the images really popped.
The grain was pretty smooth which is to be expected with a film rated at 50 iso and it was pretty sharp as well.
Overall I really like the look of this film stock, it’s not as versatile as 250D or 500T but if you have good light it is definitely a film I want to shoot more of but next time I will develop in ECN2 chems.
Anyway here is a selection of shots from the roll …. comments welcome 🙂
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2 thoughts on “Kodak Vision 3 50D in the sunshine ….”
Tim these pictures have beautiful colours. You done an excellent job of making them look natural and true to life.