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    Well, I picked up some Velvia 100 (not the F one) and shot 2 rolls, which I'll be dropping off tomorrow. The Reala was good but I didn't think that there was anything outstanding about it. Hopefully the velvia comes out okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthroboi
    Well, I picked up some Velvia 100 (not the F one) and shot 2 rolls, which I'll be dropping off tomorrow. The Reala was good but I didn't think that there was anything outstanding about it. Hopefully the velvia comes out okay.

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    Good. It is always good to test a new film, before taking it on a trip. That way if you don't like the film, you can try something else. Let us know your results.
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    Hi Robert,
    just wanted to thank you for the advice re: Velvia film. I'm definately a convert! I love the way the pictures look and I actually think it was EASIER to use than print film. Just about ALL of the slides turned out, and there were much more slides that I really liked than when I used print film. And the colour and vibrancy is just amazing. I never thought I would switch but now I'm hooked.

    Thanks again!

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    Glad you like it, it is a good film. You need to be careful about shooting in the middle of the day, since the contrast levels will be very high. If you go to my website, I have some articles up that may be of benefit to you. The address for my articles page is: http://www.visionlandscapes.com/ArticlesTips.aspx. I've got a couple of new articles in progress, but they won't be up for a month yet - just too busy right now.
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