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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Fine, natural skin tones, subdued colors… what?? You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Great color reproduction and really fine grain. I have used plenty of Velvia but it is just too contrasty and saturated for alot of stuff. Be the first to review this item. Open Innovation Fujifilm’s open innovation is about listening to the customer and innovating together.
Share This Page Tweet. Certainly a 100f film to try. They almost look like they were shot with sensia ,too green. Wonderful to see a 40″ print with no grain and sharp as can be. Subdued colors, a bit too much for my taste… The overall look of the photos reminded me of the results coming from some negatives — sharp image, fine details, dull colors.
You can see it many times in the skies, turning a psychedelic shade of purple… In less favorable light conditions, the purple might take over. This is shot on film, not 4×5″. 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. astua
Discover evadanah22’s colorful work! I got a few rolls of film and a few of 100d, and shot them on the Diana, the Diana Mini, the Smena Symbol and a Mamiya. Beautiful tones and extremely sharp. Amazing dark blues, beautiful purples and orange-tones. The first roll, which came out of the Diana, I exposed as a iso film not intentionally.
Write a review sdsxcttzedwxzcrudwzfzteaterbsb. Similar model shown for illustrative purposes. It came highly recommended.
L Slågarp – Fuji Astia 100F
But I also loved your shots with E6-no push too: Let your loved one pick the gift of their dreams. Here is a studio shot on 4×5. When crossing the Astia, a beast is released… Punchy, bright colors. Astia is kinda the forgotten film in Fuji’s professional transparency line, and that’s too bad, as it’s a very nice film indeed.
Update Unrecognized Zip Code. My fingers were either too fast or too slow, I’m not sure which. New couplers incorporated for sharply improved color image stability anti-fading characteristics compared with existing reversal films.
I don’t consider it low contrast – to me it has normal contrast unlike Velvia or K64 for example. It works fine from my computer now.
Overview Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type color reversal film with ultrafine grain RMS: And yes, it handles skin tone very nicely.
Fuji Astia F ( & 35mm, iso) User-Review · Lomography
If I would read the description of this film first, I am not sure I would have ever bought it… But there more to it the description reads! I look forward to seeing how this film performs for outdoor photography. A couple of months ago I shot 30 rolls of Astia F in the desert, axtia scanning the slides I found this film has great room for post production.
I agree it’s a great film. You are right, it works now. The fine grain adds to the “you are there” feeling, and it is a good starting off point 100v I need to make any dupes. Business Products Medical Systems Index. I prefer it to any other E6 film. I mostly use K64 for my personal stuff, but on occasion I may still have some Astia in the camera, and there’s no worries.
I have used it in and with excellent results. It also is nicely free of bizarre color casts in the shadows. Exceptionally fine grain for a reversal film RMS granularity value 7making this film perfect for the depiction of smoother skin tones.