Kodak Gold is a consumer level colour negative (C41) film. Daylight balanced, with a wide exposure latitude, and nice saturation.
It is the film I grew up with. I think most of my family shot our happy snaps with Kodak Gold 200 and it was the film I bought (or had bought for me) when I was a kid.
In 2019, Fuji Superia is my favourite colour film. It reminds me of what film looked like in the 1990s before digital was mainstream. It looks like so many film shots I took as a kid (I cannot really remember what films they were).
This film does bring out a lot of colours, it is well saturated and
probably a little too much so as the colours can look a bit ‘off’ but at
the same time you can get some really nice looking images from it.
I’m a Leica Street photographer. I am, by my own admission a gear nut, but I don’t buy gear just to test it or pixel peep. I’m only interested in the art that can be produced with the gear. And seeing what emotions can be brought out in those who see my photos.