I’m happy with how these photos turned out given that it was a partially cloudy day. I can see why Velvia is often used for landscape photography. I love the way the light is rendered across the frame.
These photos are from the first roll of Fuji Velvia 100 that I’ve developed in E-6 chemistry. Every other roll has been cross-processed in C-41, including the last time I posted photos of railroad tracks. While I really like cross-processed Velvia, I like normal Velvia even more!
As I was putting this post together, it occurred to me that I have never processed Fuji Velvia 100 normally. I have only ever cross-processed this film. As much as I like this look, fortunately, I have a few more rolls left and will have to develop the next one in E6 chemistry. These photos […]
Heritage Park is one of those places where there is lots to see and photograph. Over the years, I have managed to shoot many rolls of film there. I believe this is the first roll of Velvia 100 that I ever cross-processed and, once I saw the results, I instantly fell in love with the […]
I love the look of cross-processed Fuji Velvia 100. It gives beautiful pink and purple tones. These shots of the ferris wheel were taken in Heritage Park.
I love shooting these two statues in Burnsland Cemetery and have photographed them many times with different cameras and film. These were shot with my Canonet QL17 and a roll of Velvia 100. I love the pink and purple tones of these shots.
These canoes were shot at Camp Chief Hector this year using my newly-acquired Canon Canonet QL17 Giii and Fuji Velvia 100. I love the pink tones that cross-processed Velvia 100 creates!