First 2 rolls of Fuji Velvia through my Mamiya RB67, and home developed.

I recently finished 2 rolls of Fuji Velvia 50, also decided to attempt to develop them myself at home. 
I have only developed around 11 rolls of B&W film, and never done C-41 colour negative film, so jumping in and doing E6 slide film seemed like a big step.
Having been developing my own B&W at home, the thought of paying someone else to develop it for me didn't really appeal to me anymore, so I purchased a Tetenal Colortec E6 kit, found a handy guide on the internet and got started.


Once I got everything at the right temperature, I followed the process and when I pulled the roll of film from the reel for the first time I was hooked.




Went onto developed a 2nd roll which equally went well.


Out of the 2 rolls of film these are my favourites.
All scanned with a Epson V600 and adjusted in Lightroom

Birling Gap
05/07/2016
90mm - F16 - 1/2sec
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Looking towards Eastbourne
09/07/2016
90mm - F22 - 1/4sec
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Sunset Over Beachy Head
16/07/2016
50mm - F22 - 1/2sec
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Sunset Over The South Downs
13/08/2016
180mm - F22 - 1sec
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Beachy Head Lighthouse
31/10/2016
180mm - F16 - 2016
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Misty Morning Over Eastbourne
31/10/2016
180mm - F22 - 1/4sec
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Sunrise At Eastbourne Pier
31/10/2016
50mm - F22 - 1/4sec
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Morning Tide
31/10/2016
50mm - F22 - 1/4sec
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Friston Forest
31/10/2016
90mm - F16 - 1sec
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Canopy view- Friston Forest
31/10/2016
50mm - F8 - 1sec
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Catching light on the forest floor
31/10/2016
180mm - F4.5 - 1/4sec
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Friston Forest
31/10/2016
180mm - F4.5 - 1/4sec
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Have to say I'm really pleased with the results, and the quality is just beautiful.
Really looking forward to shooting and developing more Velvia, I also have a box of expired Fuji Astia to get through too.


You can also check out these images on my Website
And all my other Film Photography favourites.













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