Fuji Velvia 50 Gallery

2009-09-03 7

An old and established classic among landscape enthusiasts, Fuji’s Velvia 50 still stands as a testament to the brilliance of film against digital!

If there’s ever a living legend in the world of film, it definitely has to be Fuji Velvia 50. This remarkable slow film has stood the test of time and remains to this very day, the film to choose in landscape work and anything else for that matter, being the most saturated slide film you can buy in the market! It looks absolutely fantastic processed in E6 as a slide but that doesn’t stop us lomographers from crossprocessing it which leads to equally fantastic results!

The community sure knows how good this film is judging by the amount of images uploaded in our Photos page! Try one now! Don’t forget to bring a tripod though, since the asa50 rating can be a bit slow even outdoors!

written by cruzron on 2009-09-03 #news #gallery #fuji #velvia

7 Comments

  1. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    i haven't tried this out, lovely gallery! love the seafoam green tones =)

  2. strangelilgirl
    strangelilgirl ·

    great vintage-like colors!

  3. ilovemydiana
    ilovemydiana ·

    did you x-pro everything? it doesnt have the same redish color as 100iso does it?

  4. dazb
    dazb ·

    I love Velvia 50, definitely one of my faves :) Oh and photos 3 & 10 rock, but I'm a bit biased on those ;D

    @ilovemydiana - Velvia 50 goes green with Xpro. Velvia 100 goes red. The difference is crazy!

  5. mattydk
    mattydk ·

    pretty much one of my favorite side films of all time.

  6. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Never tried this film, but love the green tones when x-processed.. great gallery! :)

  7. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    lomography.com/homes/ethermoon/albums/uws-reborn-bulb-mode

    here's my velvia 50 used in UWS. i like this film a lot! :D

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