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Taking a Ride with Fuji Velvia 50 120mm

We can be fond of this film which shows charm, gentleness, tranquility, and nice blue hues of the sky. Looks like this Velvia 50 film chooses to shoot outdoors, capturing the pretty flowers and nature that surround us.

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It’s a different film because it gives us the pink accents and exotic feel that the RVP 100 offers. However, Fuji Velvia 50 does not leave us indifferent. This film perfectly gives us access to our desires if we just treat it well. It has the ability to create a set of tones that can give us the tranquility that makes us addicted to the images, if exposed to the right amount of light.

My experience with this film should have been less anxious. I should have been careful to use the film in an open field, which could best expose this film to light. I got the best impression of shades that depict the sky, a super lively blue after having it processed in x-pro. It seems to me that this is a film with excellent quality and very good for shooting in nature. It’s great for taking photos of flowers or trees with the sky behind them. Don’t forget to set your Diana F+ or Holga on the cloudy aperture so you can take the most of that film.

I’ll include it in my list of slide films to obtain in the future!

Fuji Velvia 50 RVP 120 is known for its precise modulation, vivid colour reproduction and excellent image quality. This is the outstanding film for nature, fashion, products, interiors, and artwork photography. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.

written by sprofishgel

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