Fuji Velvia revisited (part 2)

This is the second part of my “Fuji Velvia revisited” article. All images were taken with the Plaubel Makina 67 camera using Fuji Velvia 50 film. The compact shape of the Makina combined with the fast f/2.8 aperture allows for handheld use even with a slow ISO film like Velvia.

PM67No562_Velvia50_004

PM67No562_Velvia50_005

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PM67No563_Velvia50_002

PM67No563_Velvia50_003

PM67No563_Velvia50_004

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2 Responses to Fuji Velvia revisited (part 2)

  1. Urban Hafner says:

    Lovely shots Konstantinos! I always have a camera with Velvia 50 loaded these days (my Pentacon Six). I don’t shoot with it too much, as my lab of choice only does C41 and BW and therefore I have to scan myself, which is rather time consuming. But it is so so worth it.

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