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Tag: iso 50

  • Fuji Velvia 50: Not Another ISO 50 Film

    written by adi_totp on 2011-12-19 #gear
    Fuji Velvia 50: Not Another ISO 50 Film

    To be honest, this was the first time I used Fuji Velvia 50. I decided to use this film for capturing the beautiful sunrise in Mount Bromo.

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  • Cross-Processed Fuji Velvia 50 RVP: Keeps the Spirit of Your Scenes

    written by andyresag on 2012-04-12 #gear
    Cross-Processed Fuji Velvia 50 RVP: Keeps the Spirit of Your Scenes

    A while ago I ordered Fuji Velvia 50 RVP 35mm color slide film because I liked the idea of getting very fine grained pictures it promises to deliver. It is a slow speed film that, if treated with xpro, features slight to medium versatile color shifts and very saturated colors. Compared to the Velvia ISO 100's typical red and purplish hues, cross-processing the Velvia ISO 50 brings you more subtle but still distinctive results. It's not the best choice for night photography. Now, the colors that it brings is what I like about it.

  • Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 35mm

    written by neanderthalis on 2011-10-24 #gear
    Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 35mm

    A review of the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 35mm film and its plus and quirks with examples.

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  • Ilford Pan F Plus 50

    written by zark on 2011-07-11 #gear
    Ilford Pan F Plus 50

    Black and White photography is a fascinating topic. It's widely accepted as art and challenges the photographers imagination. The Ilford Pan F 50 is a fine grained black and white film, a perfect tool for creating great monochrome images.

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  • Shooting With Expired Kodak UltraMax 400

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-03-19 #gear
    Shooting With Expired Kodak UltraMax 400

    I’ve been shooting with Kodak UltraxMax 400 films expired in October 2010 for several months now. These are my thoughts about this film.

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  • My Review on Fuji Velvia 50 RVP

    written by ethermoon on 2011-11-24 #gear
    My Review on Fuji Velvia 50 RVP

    The Fuji Velvia 50 is great for nature and landscape photography. But when it comes to Lomography and shooting like you don't care, this film can really tune in some fine colors especially when cross-processed. Expect to see a face full of jaundice (yellowish skin) and lights that are made up of greenish delights!

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  • Ilford Pan F Plus 50 (35mm)

    written by russheath on 2011-07-25 #gear
    Ilford Pan F Plus 50 (35mm)

    Ilford Pan F Plus 50 -- one of the smoothest monochromes on the market! This extremely fine-grained B&W film manages contrast and a wide tonal range with style.

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  • Ilford Pan F Plus (35mm, 50 ISO)

    written by lucretia on 2011-07-29 #gear
    Ilford Pan F Plus (35mm, 50 ISO)

    If you’re a black and white film enthusiast you must try at least once this one of a kind and versatile film! Ilford Pan F Plus does very well in a wide range of lighting conditions: what you need to do is be patient when you take your shots and you will be rewarded with some high quality black and white photos.

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  • SoLocations: Finding ‘Me-time’ in Between the Sea and the Trees

    written by uncle_jay on 2013-02-21 #places
    SoLocations: Finding ‘Me-time’ in Between the Sea and the Trees

    Getting away from the maddening crowd can be hard in an island city state. Yet, there are still plenty of spots around this little red dot for some peace and quiet, if you know where to find them.

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