I shot four 36 shot rolls of 35 mm Velvia and Provia Professional slide film when I was on a trip of a life time recently. Now, I know the weather was crummy - rainy, overcast etc but I've just got the slides back and I am really disappointed. I dropped them off at Don's Photo in Winnipeg, Canada. Don's Photo is a fairly big photo operation across western Canada with centres in Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton. Anyway, I noticed on the package that the slides came back in, that the processing or sales people had ticked off the "Ektachrome" box. I called the store and noted that the film was professional grade Fujichrome. The fellow I spoke with told me ...... "Fujichrome processes the very same as Ektachrome." Does that sound right to you? Almost every slide came back quite darkish and with a noticeable red tinge to it. It seems to me if one buys and uses Professional grade Provia and Velvia Fujichrome that it shouldn't be processed as Ektachrome. Or am I missing something here???????? Appreciate any thoughts.