I was so happy to have my mom, niece, and nephew come visit the girls and me for a little over a week recently. We went out to explore the area and hit up Hoboken Coffee Roasters (a seriously awesome little joint in Guthrie), Thunder Fountain/Myriad Gardens, and The Wedge Pizzeria. Who doesn't love playing tourist in their own town?
For my fellow film geeks, the images from the coffee shop were shot on consumer Fuji Superia 200 (rated at box speed) and pushed one stop. I love the tones for the indoor frames, but it definitely made skin tones a bit too magenta in my opinion. The fountain and pizzeria images were shot on Portra 400 (rated at 200) and also pushed one stop. It obviously has much more accurate and pleasing skin tones than the Fuji Superia 200, but I think I still prefer the Fuji 400H overall. I did just shoot a roll of Portra 400 (rated at 200) all indoors today with a friend and will be dropping it off tomorrow for processing, so maybe Portra will steal my heart soon!