Fuji Velvia is probably one of the most versatile film that i've ever used. I've only tried an expired Velvia so far and it yielded great results!
When I first loaded Fuji Velvia 100, I was completely unaware of the results that it will yield. I was expecting odd color-shifts and high-contrast photos. I’ve used it on my Fisheye No. 2 and my Ultra Wide and Slim.
Here are some of the sample photos:
From that blue-ish hue, it occasionally turns to a more red-ish hue.
It yields good tones of skin colors too!
It’s truly a versatile film, with a lot of possible color shifts and different hues. I would definitely restock again soon when time permits!
Oh wait, those photos are only from my Fisheye No. 2, wait till you see my Ultra Wide and Slim shots! It performed similarly to my first roll; some of my shots are a variety of pinks, blues, reds, and violets.
You can get pretty cool results of anything, really. The colors are awesome!
As far as reds can get, this is, by far, my most red-hued photo:
And the fun doesn’t stop there! It’s also great in doing multiple exposures! You just have to estimate your shots; then again, you can try anything! It’s fun to experiment, as long as you don’t repeat your mistakes.
It really is a film worth trying. Go, grab a few and start shooting! Lomo on!
Fuji 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-processed, it gives you that wild Fuji green-blue colour shift that we absolutely love. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.