The Albuquerque sky is a little hazy this week because of a couple fires burning in the north end of the state. The one burning up near Los Alamos caused us to make a hasty exit from our Jemez Falls campground on Thursday. The haze makes some nice opportunities to capture saturated color, but getting the exposure just right with the Foth Derby is a little tricky due to the odd progression of f-stops, which goes 3.5, 4.5, 6.3, 9, 12.5, 18.
I've mostly been shooting Portra 160 in the Foth Derby lately, but I was able to try some Konica 160 recently due to the generosity of James Harr who sent me a couple rolls. The Konica 160 is fine grained like the Portra, but I would not hazard further comparisons given the many variables of shooting old film in an old camera. In any case, I was pleased with the results.