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Fujifilm Provia 100F (left) vs. Provia 400X (right): test image #2

Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F Color Slide Film ISO 100, 35mm, 36 Exposures

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Fujifilm Provia 100F ISO 100 120 Film (EXPIRED) - Gumroad

Moscow-Minsk-Moscow ...and Uglich-Smolensk
Variations on a theme «My analog world»
Camera: Olympus μ[mju:]-II
Film: Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F Professional (RDP III)
N.B. film expired. The exact expired date - Unknown
Noritsu QSS-2901 Scanner.
Original, without any processing. In the mode «as is»
Author photo: Andrew Barhatov
Used music:Ensemble musical instrument n. Y. B. Meszerina - Waltz from the film "Blizzard", the album "Russian Assembly"
Editing in: iSkysoft Video Editor
All photos can be carefully considered in the album on Flickr —

Occasionally I get into the mood of wanting to try new films—maybe to explore what alternative colour reproduction might bring to my images, or, perhaps, to indulge in a bit if visual freshness, or, possibly, to simply reconfirm my previous, long–lasting choices. I have been interested in Fujifilm Astia 100F colour slide film for a long time—it is said to have "subdued colour reproduction" and, at least in theory, might be a possible substitution for the Fujifilm Provia 100F, the emulsion that has been my standard choice for when I need neutral, realistic colours. So one sunny Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago (I might add in passing that Sunday afternoons have been a rarity in Shanghai for quite a while—or so it seems) I mounted the CFE 4/40 IF lens onto my Hasselblad 503CW camera, grabbed a couple of film backs and went out for a walk.

Fujifilm Provia 100F (RDPIII) vs. Provia 400X (RXP)

     
 

Fujifilm Provia 100F

 

Fujifilm Astia 100F

 

Fujifilm Provia 100F ISO 100 120 Film (5 Rolls) NEW! - Gumroad

Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100FFujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F is a professional quality medium speed, daylight-type colour reversal film with ultrafine grain. Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F is designed to provide medium colour saturation and contrast, smooth gradiation reproduction with supurb depth and the finest grain among ISO 100 colour reversal films.

Occasionally I get into the mood of wanting to try new films—maybe to explore what alternative colour reproduction might bring to my images, or, perhaps, to indulge in a bit if visual freshness, or, possibly, to simply reconfirm my previous, long–lasting choices. I have been interested in Fujifilm Astia 100F colour slide film for a long time—it is said to have "subdued colour reproduction" and, at least in theory, might be a possible substitution for the Fujifilm Provia 100F, the emulsion that has been my standard choice for when I need neutral, realistic colours. So one sunny Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago (I might add in passing that Sunday afternoons have been a rarity in Shanghai for quite a while—or so it seems) I mounted the CFE 4/40 IF lens onto my Hasselblad 503CW camera, grabbed a couple of film backs and went out for a walk.