Last Saturday we went to check out the tile, flooring, tap, and other selections in local hardware stores. We need to make the interior decoration decisions for the future apartment by the mid April. I took Nikon EM with Nikon Series E 50mm f/1.8 with me. I loaded the camera with Fuji Pro 400H color print film and shot the roll at ISO1250-1600, mostly in artificial light. I should have used an 80A filter because the photos were mostly yellowish or greenish, and I had to correct the white balance after scanning.
In December I shot a roll of Fuji Pro 400H @ 1600 and developed the film with freshly mixed Rollei Digibase chemicals. On Sunday I developed (pushed) two rolls of same film with the same batch of chemicals and the results are obvious. The colors are skewed and mild, and the grain is coarse. Most of the photos look like camera phone shots (in every aspect).
Development notes: Fuji Pro 400H film shot at ISO 1600, thus added 2 x 30 seconds to the color developer time. Color developer 4:45, bleach 5:00, fix 5:00 and stab 1:30.