Before Rowell and Muench, etc., discovered Velvia, I really liked their work better. Rowell's Kodachromes and Muench's Ektachromes were less eye-battering than the Fujichromes both started to use later on. Even with the overdone colors, I still like much of what they have done. I also have a lot of respect for photographers like Phillip Hyde and Eliot Porter. Their photos were deceptively simple and utterly charming. I've read some critiques of Porter, saying his colors were not realistic. Maybe not but, then again, maybe they were realistic to his vision. Porter made the small details important and Hyde made vast expanses more intimate.