5 frames… of people with FujiFilm Velvia 50 and Rolleiflex 2.8GX – by Aivaras Sidla

5 frames… of people with FujiFilm Velvia 50 and Rolleiflex 2.8GX – by Aivaras Sidla

I’m getting back to my “summer experiment” -– testing medium format slide film. This time I’d like to share results from FujiFilm Velvia 50. Why do I call it “testing”? Because in my 9 years experience of shooting film, I tried slide film for the first time only this spring.  Slide film is still a novelty for me, even when in reality it’s old news. 

I already went through Fujifilm Provia 100F film -– tried it, because I got the impression that it’s still affordable and has a balanced, classic colour, then I tried Kodak Ektachrome E100 -– because of the personal impression I had before shooting it –- it’s “slide film for negative film shooters” (subjective, but after my initial tests I can confirm that). 

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I’m getting back to my “summer experiment” -– testing medium format slide film. This time I’d like to share results from FujiFilm Velvia 50. Why do I call it “testing”? Because in my 9 years experience of shooting film, I tried slide film for the first time only this spring.  Slide film is still a novelty for me, even when in reality it’s old news. 
I already went through Fujifilm Provia 100F film -– tried it, because I got the impression that it’s still affordable and has a balanced, classic colour, then I tried Kodak Ektachrome E100 -– because of the personal impression I had before shooting it –- it’s “slide film for negative film shooters” (subjective, but after my initial tests I can confirm that). 
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