Velvia Beats Me!

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  1. K_Pugh

    K_Pugh No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Shot with Velvia 100. I'm not worthy of this film at all.. so much more capable than i know how to use it.

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    C&C always welcome, kind or harsh, and anywhere in between.
     
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    Hmm... Looks to me like you have color crossover, something you get when waiting too long between exposing and developing.
     
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    Colour crossover.. well i don't think i left it too long between exposure and developing, probably about 3 weeks at most. I'm guessing it was probably too much PP on my part but i'll need to see more examples of crossover to fully understand.. new to this.
     
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    i actually like a lot of these..the record one is best ithink
     
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    2,9,10,11 for me... :)
     
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    There was a small patch of visible rainbow in the clouds on the first two, which you can probably just make out.. i didn't have a polariser to try bring it out at the time and i'm not sure if i could in photoshop.
     

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