Fuji Provia 100F

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Fuji Provia 100F is an ultra-fine grain slide film, aimed at professionals who want smooth, rich and detailed rendition of tones and colours.

I’m not a profoessional and don’t want rich, detailed renditions of tones and colours. I’m a Lomographer and want crazy cross-processed colours. Fuji’s slide films are renowned for their crazy colour shifts when cross-processed.Let’s see what this film can do!

Wowsers, check out those insane blues in the sky! The photos seem to have a greeny shift to them. It’s not too over-the-top, but is noticeable.

Taking photos at night gives much the same story – everything is shifted to the green/yellow a bit.

This is by far my favourite Fuji film to cross-process. I absolutely adore the pinks/reds of other Fuji films like Sensia 100 and Velvia 100, but the colour change and high contrast given with this film makes it the winner for me.

written by dazb on 2011-05-26 #gear #film #review #green #lomography #fuji #provia #user-review #requested

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4 Comments

  1. satrya
    satrya ·

    hey, so what's the difference between provia 100 and provia 100F? i have a hundred roll of expired provia 100 but only have 1 roll of 100F.

  2. wallflowersforjane
    wallflowersforjane ·

    WOW! the colours are mad insane, i love them!

  3. bulletofmine
    bulletofmine ·

    sometimes i am confused what colour does the provia shift when it xpro. mine got really green

  4. simonh82
    simonh82 ·

    @satrya the F stands for faithfull, as in when normally processed in E6 the skin tones are faithfully reproduced. If you xpro it who knows but I've noticed a big difference between colour shifts in Velvia 100 and 100F.

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