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(Mamiya 645, Sekor-C 80mm f/2.8, Fuji Provia 100F)
Film is the RAW file of the analog photography era. Just as you can post process your RAW files with new versions of software (for example, Lightroom), you can also do that with a film negative or positive. The difference … Continue reading
Among the slides I got from the lab a few days ago, there were eight 4×5 sheets of Fuji Provia 100F shot with the Sinar Norma view camera. Looking at these slides on a lightbox is really something !! The … Continue reading
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(Plaubel Makina 67, Fuji Astia 100f, polarizer filter) (c)2013 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
The first slides I scanned were the 6×17 ones taken with my Gaoersi 617 camera and Fuji Provia 100F. I only have the Nikkor 90mm f/4.5 SW lens for this camera, but its more than enough for the landscapes I … Continue reading
Today I got a bunch of developed slides from the lab, and I am at the process of scanning them. During the next days I will be posting images from the Sinar Norma 4×5, Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera and my … Continue reading
Every time I get for the lab a developed roll of Fuji Velvia 50 I ask myself why I bother shooting any other kind of film. It’s a unique emulsion, probably the best color film ever made. It’s also an … Continue reading
Fuji Astia 100F is considered to be a slide film for people. More neutral than Provia and Velvia, I have shot a few rolls over the years. It’s slight larger dynamic range makes it easier to shoot and I found … Continue reading