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Light shower – Shot on Fuji Provia 400X RXP at EI 1600 (120 format)Light shower – Shot on Fuji Provia 400X RXP at EI 1600 (120 format)

Light shower – Shot on Fuji Provia 400X RXP at EI 1600 (120 format)

Light shower

Shot on Fuji Provia 400X RXP at EI 1600
Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6×6
Push processed 2 stops

 

Light shower - Shot on Fuji Provia 400X RXP at EI 1600. Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6x6. Push processed 2 stops.

Light shower
Shot on Fuji Provia 400X RXP at EI 1600.
Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6×6.
Push processed 2 stops.

 

 

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  1. Fwiw, Kodak recommended an extra third stop of light when pushing their Ektachrome films

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  2. Thank you. I look forward to experimenting on Scotland’s darker days!

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  3. And if i really need to i also sometimes expose it at E.I 320 and have it +2 processed, this means more contrast and less shadow detail but still very good results.

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  4. Slide films are much more pushable than colour negative, i shoot a lot of Provia 100F and if i need to i will shoot it at E.I 200 and have it +1 processed and the results are almost indistinguishable from normal.

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  5. Velvia 100 pushes better than Velvia 50 for sure.

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  6. I love it. I have it stocked in my freezer

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  7. Yep! 400X was made to be pushed. Most slide films will go 1-2 stops if needed and Velvia 100F looks fantastic at 200.

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