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Fuji Velvia (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

'The finer things in life' - This easy-to-use 100 ISO film boasts the world’s highest level of colour saturation in a film flamboyantly displayed through cyan's, magenta's, red's and yellow's.

As this was my first roll of Fuji Velvia I have shot,
I’m going to review the film from the results I personally achieved through cross-processing.

This film will not disappoint you in the least.
Suited especially to scenery and nature photography as well as other subjects that require precisely modulated vibrant colour reproduction and high image quality, this film is perfect for picking up morning and afternoon sunlight,
The grain of the film is so fine as you can see in my shot of the light, it picks up every detail.

Having experimented with this film I can honestly say that I can’t wait to shot again with it knowing exactly which light conditions to shot in and can possibly predict some results,

But saying that Lomography and Cross-Processing is never predictable :)

written by spendospend


  1. strangelilgirl


    great shots and nice tones!

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  2. oldskool_rider


    great review,, shot 2 is absolutely beautiful!!!!

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  3. eyecon


    I like yur Eggleston tribute pic!

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  4. stouf


    Sweet !

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