Covered in Part

There’s always lots of love for Fuji Color 200. It’s got some wonderfully muted colors and looks great when a tad expired. But Kodak Gold draws quite a bit of ire. I get that. Usually it’s boring. It’s the stuff that grandma shot.

But that’s Gold 100. Gold 200 is a different monster entirely – especially when it’s well over two decades expired.

Gold 200 holds up wonderfully, and produces a very similar feel to Fuji Color 200. They’re both still different enough to justify shooting both, of course. But if you need one and only have the other….

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‘Covered In Part’

Camera: Anscoflex (c1954)
Film: Kodak Gold 200 (x-05/94)

Lakeview Park, Grant County, Washington

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