I've done it 4 stops before, for someone that overexposed Velvia 4 stops, saved the entire dynamic range, but it was off colour and low contrast, fixable with scanning, but still if I was going to do it that extreme again, I'd alter the developer rather than altering time/temp. If you have definitely overexposed I would definitely get it pulled. It beats blown out slides. I work in a lab and all too often I see a lot of overexposed slides that come here for processing.
Originally Posted by bvy
It was expired by about a month but cold stored.
Velvia 50 Old Test by athiril, on Flickr
I would run a test of Provia 100f normal processing at normal exposure + overexposed plus 1 stop pull process with normal exposure + overexposed (compensated for in the pull) but the film is just too pricey here.
I am willing however to run that same test on the current Agfa CT Precisa made by Fuji.
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