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Fuji Provia 400X (35mm, 400iso) User-Review

If you like to cross process your slide film and prefer high contrast but with only a subtle colourshift, this just might be the film for you!

Use a flash or the B setting on your camera for some seriously bold shots, and point your lens towards the sky (especially when the sun is setting) for some very smooth transitional colours without a massive amount of drama. Overexpose your shots by a stop or two and you’ll get some fantastic results!

written by minty

8 comments

  1. falsedigital

    falsedigital

    Where'd you get those multi-colored records? They are pretty sweet.

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  2. tallgrrlrocks

    tallgrrlrocks

    I love photo #5, too. Great review! I hope to get my hands on the ISO 400 ones, because the ISO 100s are the ones widely available here at my country.

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  3. fancholland2

    fancholland2

    Pretty cool shots and interesting comment. Got to try that one!

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  4. ilovemydiana

    ilovemydiana

    thats why i like provia so much, giving it a good x-pro just gives it more of a punch not like velvia and others with a huge color shift. lovely shots!

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  5. kylethefrench

    kylethefrench

    viva minty,

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  6. stouf

    stouf

    Great film ! I'm a fan of the 120, processed in E6... Cool gallery !

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  7. minty

    minty

    @falsedigital: you can get coloured vinyl records from pretty much any record store, i have at least a few hundred of them!

    thank you everyone for the kind words! this was the first film roll i used with my LC-A and although the results weren't what i expected, they were a welcome suprise. i will definitely give this film another go now i have a better feel for how the shots will come out.

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  8. minty

    minty

    @falsedigital: you can get coloured vinyl records from pretty much any record store, i have at least a few hundred of them!

    thank you everyone for the kind words! this was the first film roll i used with my LC-A and although the results weren't what i expected, they were a welcome suprise. i will definitely give this film another go now i have a better feel for how the shots will come out.

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