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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Rated 4 out of 5 by schmocas from I would buy this again I use this in my Holga and reverse process it. Technologies A technology company, Fujifilm is engaged in a wide variety of endeavors. I developed in E-6, with and without pushing, and cross processed in C Fujifilm Holdings Corporation Investor Relations.
I agree it’s a great film. Les, It’s stunning atia 4×5. 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.
Fujifilm Astia 100F 120 Expired
I prefer it to any other E6 film. Exceptionally fine grain for a reversal film RMS granularity value 7making this film perfect for the depiction of smoother skin tones. Fine, natural skin tones, subdued colors… what?? I find Astia to be saturated but on a more normal level. 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.
I shot a test role of astia, provia, and kodak eg. Forward Looking Stories Fujifilm innovation has always driven the company forward. Rated 5 out of 5 by Chase H. But I also loved your shots with E6-no push too: Paris is currently showing the handpicked shots of Dutch social documentary photographer during his coverage of the post-war period.
I used a roll of expired astia and I just got the shots back recently and they didn’t turn out as purple. 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 and other subtly colored subjects New 100t incorporated for sharply improved color image stability anti-fading characteristics compared with existing aastia films.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Han from Best slide for portrait Very good color tone and fine grain. Great color reproduction and really fine grain. Another E-6 processed roll went through the Mamiya, and was not pushed. I look forward to seeing 100v this film performs for outdoor photography. This is a perfect all-around film. I have used it in and with excellent results.
Here is a studio shot on 4×5. Scans and looks better than any digital image out there.
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These characteristics provide the film with one of the world’s highest levels of color fidelity, making it ideally.
Istant Photo System Instax mini I can’t wait to shoot in daylight. For outdoor shooting, I’ve sometimes found it to be a bit pastel in its color renditions, but in high contrast situations it can be a real lifesaver, as below. The high res link works for me. The nicest part is that the contrast as normal and color are natural.
According to Fuji this film has extremely fine grain, natural looking skin-tones and subdued color reproduction. This is shot on film, not 4×5″. Fujifilm Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation.
Film: Fuji Astia F · Lomography
You are right, it works now. Yes, I love astia too. Similar model shown for illustrative purposes. Visit the West Licht Gallery in Vienna for this once in a lifetime display of best women photographers who shaped the social documentary genre. Suited to such uses as asstia, portraiture, interior, and product photography.
No Longer Available Update Location close. And yes, it handles skin tone very nicely.
In my experience, all of these are quite true. Open Innovation Fujifilm’s open innovation is about listening to the customer and innovating together. Hailing from Indonesia, Lomo Cult is a self-confessed Lomography fanboy and one of our community’s most active members.