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"Cigarettes & Coffee Porter" on 800T by Jessica Palopoli

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"I went to a blind tasting at a brewery in SF (Cellarmaker) - they brewed their "coffee and cigarettes" porter with three different types of coffee beans from local coffee roasters. Tasters had to vote for their favorite." - Jessica Palopoli

Jessica is a freelance photographer living in San Fran working a lot with local Bay Area businesses. She has been doing photography since 1993 and is very...

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Tungsten Skin Tones - Cinestill 800T By Fabio Ventura

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"Cinestill has been an interesting film, allowing greater flexibility when shooting in difficult lighting situations, where Iotherwise might have reached for that 5DII now collecting dust...."

"It also allows for more experimentation using tungsten lighting, on top of that it has been for me one of the easiest color films to scan using software like silverfast and vuescan. In this...

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Soft Mountain Light in Vivid Color on 800T by Danny McShane

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Photo: Danny McShane // www.dannymcshane.com // www.facebook.com/dmfilmmakerphotographer
Subject: Tully Davidson
Lab: Film Frenzy
Camera: Canon EOS 1VHS / 24-70 2.8L
CineStill Film 800Tungsten rated at 640 in daylight with no correction filter
Location: Mount Tallebudgera, Gold Coast Hinterland, QLD, Australia

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Natural Beauty on 800T - Rolland Andras Flinta Does it Again!

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We are continually amazed by the beauty consistently captured by Rolland's vision and CineStill Film! It's work like this that inspire us to continue advancing and making more film for photographers around the world to create images the way that they want to!

Photographer: Rolland Andras Flinta (Fligrafie.com)
Camera: Pentax Spotmatic F
Film: CineStill 800T (daylight no filter)

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Elegant Portrait Photography in Mixed Light on 35mm CineStill 800T by Cinzia Bruschini

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"I shot these portraits with my Canon Eos-1v in my living room at 1pm. The ambient light from the windows was not sufficient so I turned on the Xmas lights behind the model and I used a video light to eliminate shadows. I shot at box speed and I am astonished with the results! The output of CineStill is awesome and and even if I am not a big fan of 35mm portraits, here it works well.

"I can't wait...

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