As I continued on my photowalk with my friend David through Yanaka he was kind enough to give me a roll of discontinued and impossible to. written by paramir on #gear #review #astia #c #push-process #e- 6 #fine-grain #f #fuji #xpro #x-pro #pushing #2-stops. At Lomography, we absolutely love creative photography. Join our community, share your photos and read the latest photography tips and features.
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Let your loved one pick the gift of their dreams. Rated 5 out of 5 by Han from Best slide for portrait Very good color tone and fine grain. Join us as we take a look at the colorful side of the Big Atsia with Community Member ilovefrenchfries! Robin SmithNov 19, Fine, natural skin tones, subdued colors… what??
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Fujifilm Astia 100F 120 Expired
Certainly a slide film to try. They almost look like they were shot with sensia ,too green. My favourite result was when using a warming uv filter, but from what I understand of the light quality in the US that might render results a little too tobacco. Write a review sdsxcttzedwxzcrudwzfzteaterbsb.
Exceptionally fine grain for a reversal film RMS granularity value 7making this film perfect for the depiction of smoother skin tones.
Astia F | Flickr
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chase H. He talks to us about his Lomography camera collection and his camera of choice, the BelAir X Astia recently wandered into my list of faves and replaced E due to cost. I know it’ll turn out well. No Longer Available Update Location close. Available in our Shop. Astia gives you a much better latitude of contrast and it scans well.
A couple of months ago I shot 30 rolls of Astia F in the desert, after scanning the slides I found this film has great room for post production. I don’t consider it low contrast – to me it has normal contrast unlike Velvia or K64 for example.
What do you folks think of this film compared to Astia. For Lomographer elmahiko, the best of both worlds can be found in the Serbian city of Novi Sad. Another E-6 processed roll went through the Mamiya, and was not pushed.
Fuji Astia 100F (120 & 35mm, 100 iso) User-Review
The higher res link doesn’t work. I was pleased with the results: Wonderful to see a 40″ print with no grain and sharp as can be. Incorporates new cyan, magenta and yellow couplers.
Open Innovation Fujifilm’s open innovation is about listening to the customer and innovating together. MCCL Multi-Color-Correction Layer technology and new color materials that give this film one of the world’s highest levels of color fidelity ideal for the reproduction of costumes, accessories asria other subtly colored subjects New couplers incorporated for sharply improved color image stability anti-fading characteristics compared with existing reversal films.
In my experience, all of these are quite true. I have used plenty of Velvia but it is just too contrasty and saturated for alot of stuff. Hailing asyia Indonesia, Lomo Cult is a self-confessed Lomography fanboy and one of our community’s most active members.
Also you hardly have to spend anytime color correcting in post.
Apologies for the redundant postings. I think you tried before it was totally uploaded. I recently tried a roll of Astia F inand it is clearly my new favorite chrome. I prefer it to any other E6 film. Rated 5 out of 5 by Alex H.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by The Man with the Golden Eye from Does exactly what it says on the box A beautiful chrome that does exactly what it claims. While the exposure latitude of the Astia extremely narrow made it tough to get the shot in NZ’s ever changing light, when the planets aligned the resulting skin tone just jumped off the lightbox. Les, It’s stunning in 4×5. Of course, it really shines in 35mm where the grain RMS of 7 means more than it does in 4x Great color reproduction and really fine grain.
I used a roll of expired astia and I just got the shots back recently and they didn’t turn out as purple. Fujifilm Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation.