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Fuji Velvia (35mm, 50 iso) user-review

Velvia: Don't Shoot Without It! Well what can you say? One smart film for your very own Lomo camera!

Velvia: Don’t Shoot Without It! Well what can you say? One smart film for your very own Lomo camera!

After using a dozen of Fuji Velvia, I can say that the output of your Lomographic camera is entirely a guessing game! Some would come out reddish to magenta, while some would come out blue, green and yellow. Well it all depends on how you take the wild side of this film!

May it be sunny/rainy or indoors/outdoors, take this slide film along with you. Don’t be shy to take some shots, shoot wherever you go! You may really never know what the hell would happen with the pictures you’ll be getting!

written by ethermoon

7 comments

  1. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    nice review, all my velvia shots come out looking like red scale

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  2. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    hi! it so happened that when I used this film, blue, green and yellow comes out. :)

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  3. kirri-joy

    kirri-joy

    hey ethermoon! this is my favourite film thus far. mine come out crazy too - and ive begun to use filters to make it even weirder. i find that if there isnt much light it does come out redscale. if there is too much light, it comes out almost like normal film. somewhere in the middle it comes out very warm-coloured if i cross-process it. anyway, stellar film.

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  4. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    wait... LSI, there's something wrong with this one. This is Fuji Velvia 35mm iso50 not iso100 because I saw in the film list that there's no Velvia 35mm iso50 review yet... Please check thanks!

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  5. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    @Kirri-joy: yeah i tried Velvia iso100.. but this one, it's a velvia iso50 which has a lower iso and much more lovely colors when under the sunlight. blue to yellow green and whatever colors. it's a nice film to use :)

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  6. d_i_d

    d_i_d

    ISO is correct now! Sorry for that!

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  7. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    d_i_d thanks! and no problem :)

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