Posts tagged “velvia


Underwater Bubbles

I managed to get one roll of film through my Underwater Nikonus V over summer as well…


Nikonus V, 35mm f2.5 Lens, Velvia 100(expired)


Holga Pano Test Roll

A couple of weeks ago Fergus found the front half of a Holga while we were doing a bit of urban exploring, He gave it to me and I decided to custom it using a 35mm adaptor. The adaptor I bought was only for single frame 35mm so I cut it out so that it would be panoramic all the way to the edge of the film.

This is the first roll I put through it which was 7 years expired… I still need to make a custom scanning mask so the film doesn’t curl up at the ends…

Holga 120 with Custom cut out 135mm adaptor, Fuji Velvia 100F Film (expired 2005) Cross Processed, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.


So I managed to finish off a roll of film last night but haven’t had a chance to develop it yet so its another one of my favourites from a few years ago.

This was taken in Kaikoura in the South Island and is all that is left of a old customs building… This was on a borrowed 6×6 camera that was only worth about $30NZ

Lubitel 166U Camera, Fuji Velvia 50 ISO Film.

4 x 5 Flowers

Not being able to go out and take images means that I get to be at home and look through images that I have taken in the past.

These  shots were from a final year paper at University and were shot using a 4×5 camera and then each image was mounted in custom made light boxes (made by me).

I still have the series floating around somewhere I must get them out sometime and look to see if they are still functional or not…

Horseman 4×5 Camera, 180mm Lens, Fuji Velvia 50 ISO Film, 2 Studio Lights, Nikon Coolscan 9000 ED Scanner.

“Kingdom Come” Set Via Rollei

More shots of the Kingdom Come abandoned set.

I especially like the one of the wall where you can see the patterns of glue that were used to stick on the stone frontages.


Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Velvia 100F Film.

Kaikoura Sunset

Sunset taken while passing through Kaikoura…

Nikon F5, Tokina 19-35mm Lens, Fuji Velvia 50 ISO.

An Oldie But a Goodie

This is kinda one of my favourite images from about 5 years ago

Mamaya RB67, 127mm Lens, Fuji Velvia 50 ISO film

Cross Processed Flowers

When you cross process Fuji Velvia 50 ISO (develop a colour transparency film using a colour Negative process) you get a lot of green.

Nikon F5, 50mm f1.8 lens, Fuji Velvia 50 ISO film Cross Processed