Fujifilm Velvia 50 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Robert (London, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes
Accreditation Handles: @cre8tive.colour
A treat for the right occasion

i used to love this stuff back when it was more affordable. Vibrant colours is what it’s all about, and perfect for landscapes.

Nigel C. (Bishop Auckland, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: Nigel Clegg
If you love colour and contrast...

If you love colour and contrast then Fuji Velvia 50 is simply the best there is. Highly saturated with high contrast Velvia 50 is perfect for standout landscapes to catch the eye, but is less suitable for architectural shots and unsuitable for portraits. Velvia 50 is pricey and difficult to get hold of but worth every penny when you find some of it.
However, exposure needs to be spot on so it suits high-end cameras with accurate light meters best, and photographers who take the time to meter with hand-held exposure meters. Velvia 50 also freezes well, and I am still using 120 stock that I bought in 2008.

Andy M. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: @andyjmpics on Instagram
The best

This is by far and away my favourite film stock. It’s stupidly expensive and doesn’t like high contrast lighting situations and the skin tones are awful but... the colours and fine grain and overall character of the images that you can make if you get the exposure right are sublime. If I could afford it, I would shoot nothing else. If you have never used it then get some (if you can) and try it out. The low iso means that you might need a tripod and you’re best off bracketing exposures for important shots.
My guilty secret is that I mostly use Velvia point and shoot. I know that’s in direct contradiction to the good advice I just gave but, if you have a decent camera it works very well (the attached photos were taken using a Pentax Espoo mini)

N. (Eastbourne, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Accreditation Handles: Nigel Kell
THE slide film

Brilliant colours, contrast and sharpness. What else can you say?

J.T. (Poole, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Accreditation Handles: John Tarrant
Stupendous colours!

This is everything a reversal film should be: low grain, intense colour without looking too contrasty. The slides look superb as soon as you lay them on a light boa. Get the best by projecting them: magical! The 50iso rating seems perfect when using a "proper" film camera ( ie one from the golden days of the 60s or 70s!)

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