Fujichrome 50D ISO 50: My Fave from the Fujichrome Series

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The warm color of this film made wanna try it again and again.

Fujichrome 50D is one of my favorite slide films from Fujifilm.

I got this film when saw it for the first time at Seni Abadi, the first, and now the only slide film photo lab in my hometown, Bandung, Indonesia about 3 years ago. Even though I haven’t seen the result before, I decide to buy all of it, about 5-6 rolls I forgot, and thank God my intuition is not wrong.

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I use it when visiting my paternal granddad’s hometown inParigi, Ciamis, Jawa Barat (West Java) and fell in love with my debut result. It is so perfect for capturing the beach view.
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And boring urban landscape color will be fascinating with this film.
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It just produces different colors from other Fujichrome slide types. Its so hard to describe, maybe you should try it by yourself =)
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If you are redscaling this film, it produces a unique bright color.
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Some of my friends said the color look more like color negative film when shooting it at normal weather/conditions. Maybe because it’s expired too long? I don’t know.

I’m also surprised when shooting indoor with this film because the color result is fine.

Doing the MX is also my fave when using this film. I rarely do multiples with this film but some of the results satisfied me.

I am still waiting for this film again at Seni Abadi, the cheapest slide film seller in my hometown. Wish me luck, Amin YRA _

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written by hervinsyah on 2013-03-22 in #reviews

3 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Dear @lomography I haven't receive piggies for this article. Thank you very much for your attention.

  2. xan1991
    xan1991 ·

    Hi
    I have some rolls of Fujichrome 50D - Can you tell me what you used to develop these? I've done B&W but not colour before...

  3. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @xan1991 ; Wow, where do you get that? It's my fave fuji slide film. I cross process it at photo lab using C-41 process (color negative film process)

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