Cinestill 800T #2

19-03-19
A few more images from my visit to Dams Spinney on one of the few sunny days we have had lately. I was using my trusty old Olympus OM2n with Zuiko 24mm & old Tamron 90mm lenses, Cinestill 800 asa Tungsten balanced film with, and without the 85B light correction filter.
Leaning #1
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Leaning #2
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Both with 85B Filter
Mossy
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Textures
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Tangle
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No Filter
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11 thoughts on “Cinestill 800T #2

  1. Stuart Templeton

    Congratulations on the 1000 (actually 1003 as I write this) – that’s amazing. I couldn’t imagine having that many (not that that’s why I blog, but still…).

    Lovely photos again, I do really like the tone of that film, it does the green well. I need to use my Olympus’s a bit more. I have an OM… 10 I think – it;s the base level one with the manual adapter thing on the front. I need a better lens though, I only have a crappy third party zoom for it.

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    1. conspicari Post author

      Thank you, same here. The OM10 is a good camera, if you can find an Olympus lens at a reasonable price they are worth going for, the 28mm 2.8 is a good one, so is the 50mm standard lens.

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