Film Review: Fujifilm Provia 100f (35mm and 120 Formats)

Film Review: Fujifilm Provia 100f (35mm and 120 Formats)

There’s been a big personal void in my life when it comes to slide film since the first death of Kodak Ektachrome that I haven’t been able to fill for a while; but perhaps the closest thing to filling that gap is Fujifilm Provia 100f. Lots of folks love negative film; but I’ve always been much more partial to slide film. Slide film is sort of like a badge of honor: you have to get the exposure perfectly right and most of the time the camera doesn’t really do it. With negative film and the development process, you’ve got a lot more versatility. But with slide film, you have maybe one stop extra going in either direction. Perhaps this is one of the trademarks of what makes film so fun–that you have to get the image right and that the editing process isn’t as simple as it is in digital.
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