Wow, I knew it wasn't going to be wonderful imagery, due to the fact that I was limited to a single strobe and taking shots in near darkness, but the results were really ugly. The attached scan is one of the BETTER images on the first roll... I shot Velvia 100 with my Kiev 88 and a Metered Strobe with diffusion (Vivitar 286 clone) at the rated 100 ASA and it looks horrible when processed in the Kodak E6 chemistry @ 6:30 for the first developer. I know this camera combo works, because I had been shooting Kodak Portra NC 160 prior to this and got acceptable exposures (should have stuck with the color neg, but ...) Now I have 4 more rolls to process and try to salvage. Wondering if I should push the stuff 1 or 2 stops or just live with the 2 or 3 marginally acceptable shots per roll that happen with normal processing? If I push a stop, would I loose the shots that are near correct?