In this post are some sample photos I took of Little Hereford summer fete in Herefordshire from 2018. They were taken with Fuji Superia 200 35mm colour film.
I’ve visited Little Hereford summer fete a few times in the past and each time I wish I had taken my camera. On this occasion, I loaded my Contax G2 35mm rangefinder film camera with some rolls of Fuji Superia 200 35mm colour film.
I had not used this type of film for a long time, and on this day I had a lot of fun shooting film again. I usually shoot with analog film when on summer breaks.
Village summer fetes and fairs are a quintessentially British day out. They remind me of celebrations that the English photographer Martin Parr would enjoy photographing. And I’m sure he has done so many times.
Like many summer fetes, there are so many interesting people and stalls to photograph on the day. If you enjoy shooting street photography, then you will find plenty to photograph at summer fetes.
Overall, the results were pleasing. They were a little green and a bit tricky to white balance, but the results were acceptable, nonetheless.
The camera & film details
All photos were taken with the Contax G2 35mm rangefinder film camera and Zeiss Biogon 28mm f/2.8 lens. The film used was Fuji Superia 200 35mm colour film.
Negatives were developed by Palm labs, Birmingham, and scanned by myself using the Minolta DiMAGE Scan Elite 5400 film scanner and VueScan.
Linear raw Tiff files were then saved and processed using my own method for inverting colour negatives in Photoshop. Small tone and exposure adjustments were made in Adobe Camera Raw.
Fuji Superia 200: Sample Photos
Check out these Fuji Superia 200 sample photos of Little Hereford summer fete. They were taken with the Contax G2 35mm rangefinder film camera.
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