Classic Cars on Fuji Film

During my job as a digital marketer, I had the opportunity to photograph classic cars using my trusty Canon point and shoot camera as well as a Fuji C 200 film.

The fascination of classic cars

Classic cars are not just machines, they are time capsules that transport us to a bygone era. These vintage vehicles are a testament to the ingenuity and craftsmanship of automotive pioneers who paved the way for modern cars. From the iconic designs of the 1950s to the muscle cars of the 1960s and 70s, classic cars have a timeless appeal that continues to captivate enthusiasts and collectors around the world

the beauty of classic cars on film

As a digital marketer, I’m always on the lookout for unique and interesting content. So, when I had the opportunity to photograph a collection of classic cars, I jumped at the chance. As I walked among the vintage vehicles, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of awe and wonder at their beauty and craftsmanship. Each car seemed to have its own personality, its own story to tell. From the shiny chrome accents to the soft leather seats, every detail had been meticulously crafted with care and attention. 

Canon point’n shoot and Fuji c 200

I was using my trusty Canon point and shoot camera. With its compact size and high-quality optics, the Canon allowed me to capture every detail of these vintage vehicles, from the shiny chrome accents to the smooth curves of their bodywork. I also decided to use a Fujifilm C200 film. I liked the results, although the next time I’d use a 400 film to have less dark spots. However, the film captured the colors and textures of the cars in a beautiful way.

the porsche super 90 on film photos

The Porsche Super 90 was a sports car produced by the German automaker Porsche from 1963 to 1965. The Super 90 was based on the Porsche 356, but it had an upgraded 1.6-liter engine that produced 90 horsepower, hence the name “Super 90.” The car’s sleek design and exceptional performance made it a favorite among sports car enthusiasts in the 1960s.

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