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    Lee, Robert,

    Velvia 50 had its enemies too. I hated it because it replaced the old Fuji RF/RFP ISO 50, my favourite colour film of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Hicks
    Lee, Robert,

    Velvia 50 had its enemies too. I hated it because it replaced the old Fuji RF/RFP ISO 50, my favourite colour film of all time.

    Cheers,

    Roger
    I don't think there has ever been a film that DID NOT have enemies, if there were I have never heard of it and we would not have seen so many great films over the years.

    R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roxi331
    I don't think there has ever been a film that DID NOT have enemies, if there were I have never heard of it and we would not have seen so many great films over the years.

    R.
    what about tri-x?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markok765
    what about tri-x?
    Yup,

    I have even known those did not like Tri-x, believe it or not!

    LOL



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    Me. I hate Tri-X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petzi
    Me. I hate Tri-X.
    You must be one of those ppl that when they look at a photo shot with anything over 50 iso they go"Oh, no grain! please dont make my image Great. u know what would scare you thhe most? ilford delta 3200 developed in rodinal. gahsp!

    Marko

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    I eat grain each morning. I don't need any of that in my pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petzi
    I eat grain each morning. I don't need any of that in my pictures.
    Whats wrong with grain? its beautiful. it adds texture and realness to the print, add to that the beautiful tonal range of tri-x

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    Yes, Velvia 50 had enemies. It was great when it was great, but too often it would do odd things.

    Back to the subject, though. A Fuji representative told me that some component of the film (or its processing effluent) violated the new European environmental laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K
    I remember some of the features... the Dingo God's Paw Prints and the Kangaroo Tail at Uluru, the Dying Kangaroo Man at Mt Olga... and don't forget Mt Connor on the way to Uluru.

    There is also a magical place behind Mt. Olga. It's called "Valley of the Winds". You get to it after a 10 minute walk off the track around the Olgas. You go over a little hill and then bingo: before you is the valley. It looks like an old Cinerama movie - for those who rememebr what that means... - but it's darn real. Amazing place.
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