When it comes to photography, film is not a necessity; however, many people have discovered the philosophy of photography through film, which may have even changed their lives.
The romantic purple packaging of Kodak Gold 200 may offer comfort to many lonely hearts.
The packaging box uses a pink-purple color scheme, and under sunny conditions, it produces excellent color transitions, including skin tones, golden sunlight, and moderately high color contrast.
Typically, the dark areas of the image are predominantly blue in color, but Kodak Gold 200 suppresses the blue tones in these areas, resulting in an image with fewer dark details, while the bright areas produce a warm feeling.
Normal Kodak Gold 200 has fine and smooth grain, particularly under adequate exposure. However, some people, including myself, prefer a slightly grainy effect, and therefore, we sometimes underexpose or use expired film.
Expired Gold 200 can increase exposure by one stop and yield slightly better results.
Excellent latent-image keeping characteristics: Excellent consistency & Excellent processing robustness.
High sharpness and high resolution: Excellent results for general-purpose photography & Great for enlargements.
Exposure versatility: Designed for exposure by daylight and electronic flash.