Sunrise in Lavender

Yesterday, after waiting about 3 weeks for the local lab to return to me, I got my first roll of Fuji Velvia 100 film back.  Velvia is a slide film and requires specific chemicals known as E-6 to be processed.  I was asked if I wanted it cross-processed, but I said nay.  The reason for slide film is . . . because it is slide film (though I do plan to try it with Agfa’s slide film).

I ended up scanning the images on my Epson V600 scanner, at 48 bit and 2400 dpi resolution.  I don’t know if the scans or the film were dirty, but I had a lot of clean-up to do.

There are more pictures ahead, some panos as well, and so far, I like the colors, though they may be a bit off – dunno!

Technical specs:  Nikon F100, Nikon 24-85mm f2.8-4 D, post in OnOne 10 and LR 6.

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