Ballard Bridge | CineStill 800 | Canon AE1 Program

Some more shots from the roll of CineStill 800. Maybe 12 to 14 shots that were good. Most were “keepers” which is a tremendous yield for me with 800 speed color film.

A wet, rainy, morning. Cold, the kind of damp cold that would remind me of the Faroe Islands if I had ever been there.

The Ballard Bridge is over 100 years old. There aren’t any plans to replace it.

Beautiful? Probably not. Pretty utilitarian. But makes for a great subject.

Here’s some shots:

Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Ballard Bridge, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.

Carkeek Park | CineStill 800 | Canon AE1 Program

I spend a lot of time and I’ve taken hundreds of photos at Carkeek Park. A few weeks back, I tagged along with my daughters who were working on a school project and brought my Canon loaded with some CineStill 800.

800 ISO film is usually grainy. Too grainy when it’s color. But with the winter darkness coming (here) I was (am) looking for higher speed color options.

CineStill 800 might be that film. Not too grainy. Skin tones were fine. The yellows glowed a bit (in a good way).

Here’s some shots:

Carkeek Park, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Carkeek Park, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Carkeek Park, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Carkeek Park, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Carkeek Park, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.
Carkeek Park, Seattle. November 2019. Canon AE1 Program. CineStill 800.