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Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia 100 Color Slide Film ISO 100, 35mm, 5 Rolls of 36 Exposures
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- At ISO 100, Fujichrome Velvia 100 provides a more useful speed for greater flexibility in varied shooting situations.
- PSHC (Pure, Stable & High-Performance Dye-Forming Coupler) technologies
- Based upon the highly regarded ultra-fine grain emulsion technology of Provia 100F, the new Fujichrome Velvia 100 grain structure has been further improved even while maintaining ultra-high color saturation.
- MSSC (Multi-Structured Sigma Crystal) technology
- CEL (Color Extension Layer) technology
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Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia 100 Color Slide Film ISO 100, 35mm, 36 Exposures
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 2 x 1.5 in||7 x 1.5 x 2 in||1.9 x 9.37 x 2.7 in||2.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 in||5.4 x 1.4 x 4.2 in||2.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 in|
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Velvia 100 employs new technologies to deliver finer grain and twice the speed while offering the color saturation and palette that have made Velvia 50 the film of choice for leading landscape and nature photographers. The new generation Velvia 100 not only will appeal to photographers demanding the color saturation standard that Velvia 50 created, but will also provide state of the art technology that fits in perfectly with the complete Fujichrome Professional line.
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Getting color positives instead of negatives makes color grading in Photoshop a lot easier too (get a tracing pad like A4 Ultra-thin Portable LED Light Box Tracer USB Power Cable Dimmable Brightness LED Artcraft Tracing Light Pad for Artists Drawing Sketching Animation Stencilling X-rayViewing and 2 glass sheets and you can review your film properly.
And just a reminder: Expose for the highlights. Process for the shadows. That means to find the brightest spot in your frame and meter that area. Later you can scan the slide and bring out the shadows. Takes practice but well worth it.
Update 6/3/2013: Just got back from Tennessee which is very different from shooting in Arizona. It's usually very bright and sunny out here so using the old Velvia 50 is a breeze. The extra exposure latitude was critical in the forests of Tennessee where the light can be very tricky. If you are shooting in the woods, Velvia 100 is the way to go! And get it from Amazon (Prime). Delivery is quick and you know what you are getting.
My immediate reaction when I saw my first Velvia chromes on the light table was..."Damn, I'm good!" But I think it was probably more the film than me. The difference I have found in actually trying a 5-pack of Velvia rather than just reading the reviews of others is much like the difference in reading about how nice a kiss is and actually experiencing it.
Really good stuff, that Velvia!
Purples and reds are rendered nicely.
The colours are saturated, but it's not as extreme as I thought it would be. Definitely useful to have on an overcast day.
It's definitely a contrasty film, so you have to watch your dynamic range a bit.
The grain (dye clouds) are very fine. I find it finer than Ilford Delta 100 and Kodak Ektar 100. This was a nice surprise.
Difficult to scan with my Plustek + Silverfast. I can't get any detail in the shadows. With the Vuescan software, I can pull more detail.
My local camera store still develops color print film but sends slide film off for development. So I sent this off myself, to Dwayne's Photo, and had them scan the slides to a CD. Film, slides and scanned photos were all great.
I've only recently taken up film photography as a hobby. I read on several websites that Fuji Velvia 50 and 100 (not 100F) are great landscape films, and so I thought I would try them out. I found that Velvia 50 gives really intense colors, but changes the hues of some colors (example, orange turns red). I found that Velvia 100 gives very accurate, beautiful colors. In comparing scenes shot with a DSLR (Nikon D40) and Velvia 100 (with a Nikon N80), I found that the film picked up more color, and finer color hues than the DSLR. I thought that scanning the slides would cause me to lose some of the color hues, but to my joy they showed up in the digital scans as well.
All in all, good film.
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