The Fuji Velvia 50 RVP 35mm film is a fast slide film, which, if developed in C-41, can produce flashy green colors.
“…green, green, green are all my clothes…”. I exposed the slide film on a LomoWalk through the beautiful Herford with the LC-A. It was very sunny – perfect for a fast slide film. I exposed it at ISO 50 and got nice saturated, green photos. Above all, the sky is bathed in the photos into a beautiful green:
Generally, the color spectrum goes from dark green to a yellow-green:
In two photos, I shot on purpose against the sun and I am impressed. The sun rays are seen in a strong yellow:
Oddly, there are photos that have not become so green. Whether this is due to my scanner, or the lighting conditions, I don’t know.
I will use this film in the summer again, because the colours are just great. A strong saturation, great colours and very fine grain are convincing arguments to buy this film!