I was in Acadia NP over the long weekend, I took my toyo out on the field and on small hikes in the park. I shot a bunch of polariod and fuji velvia 100F. BUT!!!!!! I set my hand held light meter at ISO800, fired a shot of polariod, happy with the results I loaded a quickload of fuji velvia 100F and fired the shot with the same settings.... OOOPS! which means I was underexposing my shots by a GOOD amount!... I shot approx 6 slides out there, and made the same mistake six times... Expensive lesson this one. Should I even bother developing these slides ? Can I tell the lab what I did and can they push/pull process and salvage my shots ? Any suggestions welcome.