Fuji Neopan 400: Fort Jackson, LA

I shot one of my precious rolls of Fuji Neopan 400 at Fort Jackson, I thought all that brick would make a good subject for B&W.



I like this photo because of how the little figures in the distance tricks your perspective into thinking that downed tree is huuuuuge–it was pretty big, but not THAT big!





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  1. Derek
    May 23, 2013 @ 08:22:33

    Don’t sweat, they are making neopan 400 once again.

    Do you have anything official to link to? There are a lot of conflicting rumors swirling around right now, so unless and until I get an official yea or nay from Fuji, I’m building up a bit of a stockpile. B&W film is good for about 5 years if you freeze it, so it couldn’t hurt to have extra stock on hand. (BTW I know Neopan 400 was hard to find in Europe at the end of last year, but I’m in the US, so I’m not talking about that.) ~S

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