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    Astia hasn't been discontinued. It has been cut from the UK, and perhaps other countries, but can still be got easily enough.

    http://www.macodirect.de/fujifilm-fu...7_418_497.html
    http://www.nordfoto.de/cgi-bin/nfvsh...21080,ffilm364
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    http://www.fujifilm.com/products/pro...ms/astia_100f/

    Astia is still in stock and listed on their website, Narsuitus do you have a link to an official discontinuation notice?

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    +1 for Ridiculously awesome Positive - RAPAstia :P I have included a photo shot with astia.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/orbitaldebris/4602892274/

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    Quote Originally Posted by knifeinthedark View Post
    +1 for Ridiculously awesome Positive - RAPAstia :P I have included a photo shot with astia.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/orbitaldebris/4602892274/
    Awesome shot!!! .I think I will give the Astia a try then.. I saw you are using a v700, I have the v750 there are some pre-sets of this film in SF ai you are using?
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    I deal with hybrid workflow for my work, and maybe the answer to your scanning post should be directed to APUG's sister site, hybridphoto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chef_IBK View Post
    Awesome shot!!! .I think I will give the Astia a try then.. I saw you are using a v700, I have the v750 there are some pre-sets of this film in SF ai you are using?
    Ciao!
    I still dont use SF ai, i have not learnt to use it yet. Do you recommend it?

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    I had really nice experience with Portra NC and strobes. but that were my preferences.






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    NJS:

    I like them - especially the lighting.
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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    I would heartily recommend Kodak Portra NC 160 or Portra 400VC

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    I would shoot it with Kodak Ektar 100 or Fuji Reala because IMO the pro portrait films are a little too soft in contrast and colour saturation for fashion shots where you need a little more punch.
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