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    Diapositivo - yes, given some filtering and VC paper, chances are it will look OK; I've been thinking of trying this for a while (I tried a couple of times while in secondary school, the school had a small darkroom which I got to use a fair bit - results were OK, though not great - but I didn't think to filter back then.) - I finally have an excuse to actually try it again - properly - now!

    Bradley - well, thank you - you just made me feel a little bit better. (But the 100VS won't be overexposed, will it? That orange filter must steal 1.5-2 stops of light, so if you were metering for EI25, you'd be fine... Ah, stupid me. You were using a metered prism, weren't you? (On the couple of occasions when I've used a 'blad, I relied on a hand-held incident meter.))

    Once you've developed it, we can mount an exhibition. Let's call it 'New directions in contemporary colour photography' or something like that, and wait for the $$$ to start pouring in...

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    I shot FP100 with An orange filter once. My friend described it as a Nuclear Dawn look

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    Quote Originally Posted by OddE View Post
    Bah.

    I shoot 99% b+w, and, as such, am quite used to viewing the world in a yellow-ish sheen as I look through the viewfinder.

    Last week I shot a couple of rolls of Portra. Did it even occur to me to get rid of the yellow filter? Nope. Not until I picked up the prints at my local lab yesterday...

    Oh well. I guess I'll have to go hybrid on this one. Photoshop does have its uses, after all.
    Eat some digitalis, you won't notice it then.

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    I came oh-so-close to doing this exact thing over the weekend... I dodged it by deciding to use a Polarizer instead of the yellow filter!

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    Lomo, anyone?

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