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Fuji Velvia (120, 100 iso)

Velvia is world-famous as the most saturated slide film that you can buy. Shoot this on a bright day and develop it normally, and the results will knock you head over arse. When crossed, it gives you that wild Fuji green-blue color shift that we absolutely love.

Velvia is world-famous as the most saturated slide film that you can buy. Shoot this on a bright day and develop it normally, and the results will knock you head over arse. When crossed, it gives you that wild Fuji green-blue color shift that we absolutely love.

Ultrahigh-saturation color reproduction through the incorporation of new cyan, magenta and yellow couplers. Superbly fine grained: With a RMS granularity of 8, one of the finest levels. *RMS stands for “Root Mean Square”, a widely used standard method for measuring the degree of grain in photographic film. The lower the RMS number, the smaller the apparent grain.

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7 comments

  1. azurblue

    azurblue

    The velvia as very unique tones when x-pro : the sky is pink, the ground orange or red, the haze purple...

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  2. janisthewanis

    janisthewanis

    I love it LOve it LoVE it

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  3. mephisto19

    mephisto19

    images 1, 2, 4 and 5-12, are mine :)

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  4. kiafairy

    I live in Lugano(Switzerland) and the lab won't x-process it, they don't even know that it's possible to process a slide as a negative. Can someone help me and give instructions and a list of the products I have to buy to do it on my own please? Thank you so sooooo much in advance! p.s. just in case here goes my e-mail chiaraporetti@hotmail.com
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  5. electrojet

    I've cross processed some rolls of film but all of them turn out with massive amounts of saturation, giving the photos a very red tint. How do I get my photos to have this "wild Fuji green-blue color shift" that is shown in a lot of the above photos and not completely red? Email me or just leave a comment explaining to me what I have to do please. ( Bananapistol@hotmail.com )
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  6. fornoise

    fornoise

    I just ordered two rolls of 120 velvia 100 iso. This is my first experiment with Velvia, let alone any 120 slide film. I've only crossed 35mm slide film. I'm contemplating whether or not to cross process the exposed film when I'm done. If anyone has an album of normally developed velvia, and/or an album of x-pro velvia and would like to share it with me, leave it as a comment on my home. I want to observe the color shift differences and just the overall pros and cons of each development. Thanks!

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  7. fornoise

    fornoise

    OR, you can email me at fornoise@hotmail.com Thanks again!

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