Fujichrome Provia F Professional RDP-III from FUJIFILM is a daylight- balanced color transparency film that exhibits a super-fine grain structure with vivid and. At Lomography, we absolutely love creative photography. Join our community, share your photos and read the latest photography tips and features. In the film equivalent, I’ve found a “refreshingly cold” film — the Fuji Provia F! I recently tried this film on my trip to Cameron Highlands during one of those.
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Fujichrome Provia F Professional RDP-III from Fujifilm is a daylight-balanced color transparency film that exhibits a super-fine grain structure with vivid and naturally appearing colors and rich tonal rendition. The tonal range and colors are good and consistant roll after roll. Provia is probably as neutral as a chrome can get, so don’t expect any fancy nuances, just true-to-nature reproduction of details and colors.
Great film but it looks like Fuji wants to price this so high to stage it for discontinuation.
Excellent reciprocity characteristics also make this film highly suitable for use during long exposures and ensures consistent film speeds and coloring across multiple and extended exposures. For example, the golden hour is bound to make the scene very warm.
If you like Velvia you may miss the supernatural color saturation, but all in all this is an amazing film that is versatile, and, most importantly, readily available. Today is the first Monday of March! Rated 5 out of 5 by Tom from Fine grain, wonderful saturation I started shooting slide film for family travel for nostalgic reasons. When working with Fujifilm Provia f, I strongly suggest using either a camera with great evaluative scene metering or a handheld light meter.
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International orders are processed the next shipping day. Well, let our Monday Moodboard remind you. Unreliable processing, lost film, and a lengthy list of horror stories from fellow railroad photographers convinced me to make a change. Instead, consider that a characteristic of the 35mm lens format. Rated 5 out of 5 by Matt from versatile film with that chrome pop I really enjoy shooting this slide film– it’s such a pleasure to see it when it comes back from the lab and know that what I see is what I get; that is, the color and contrast the film was designed to have are apparent from the film itself, as compared to negative film that I must scan and whose look I must then try to recapture in photoshop, or raw digital files that don’t have any particular feel.
It has always delivered rich accurate colors and captured fine detail. For example, the newer Sigma 35mm f1. Colors mean differently for all walks of life. My only disappointment isn’t so much with the film as I wish Fujifilm produced this in a format. Being a TV journalist and filmmaker has taken him to places some could only dream of, capturing truly inspiring stories along the way.
That means that many scenes shot in overcast lighting should work just fine. If you like the Kodachrome look now unavailable anywayProvia F is it. Skin tones are impressively accurate. Many photographers will try to shoot with it and expose the scene as evenly as they possibly can. Your best results will come when you try to expose for the shadows of a scene.
Shame on Kodak for that! While you are at it, pick up Fujichrome mailers.
FUJIFILM Fujichrome Provia F Professional RDP-III
I love this stuff!!!!! I’m glad Fuji has allowed me to keep on using those wonderful old film cameras with E6 film. Previously, I was a loyal Kodachrome 25 and 64 user.
You can always go digital any time you wish and so can I. Velvia’s blues seemed too extreme.
But perhaps the closest pgovia to filling that gap is Fujifilm Provia f. Essentially, find some consistent, diffused light and expose for the skin tones. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. Lomography tries to understand the meaning of each complex color found in the gradient and what it means for most of us photographers.
Minolta a7 with Sony 85mm f1.
Fujifilm pprovia has loads of data sheets and specs on their website. I keep coming back to it because the results are stunning when properly exposed.
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Like all slide films, it has much narrower exposure latitude than negative film, which make it challenging to use, but when you nail the exposure the results are brilliant. For further details see delivery estimates in cart. Dimitri Beck is the director of photography for Polka.
Please check your local sales tax laws. Inspire yourself with the signs of life for this week’s Monday Moodboard. Who would have guessed that the first Monday of would also be the first day of the New Year? The saturation and contrast is not as crazy as Velvia, which makes this great for people. The grain seems more noticeable than kodaks t grain negative films, but only upon pixel peeping. Using it in both formats allows you to have a bit more versatility though—35mm for travel and lightweight stuff and for careful, painstaking work.
Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. In most situations, that works just fine.