Slide Film - for landscapes and plants - Kodak, Agfa, Konica? any thoughts please

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Tony, May 7, 2004.

  1. Tony

    Tony Guest

    Hi
    I've recently come back to photography after a while away. I mostly take
    slides of landscapes and close-ups of plants, and find with various Fuji
    films I've tried that the colours are vastly over the top, greens especially
    are dreadful when compared to the actual foliage.
    I would appreciate any experience you have had with other manufacturers
    colour slide film. I seem to recall that Kodak 64 was pretty good for
    "natural" colours, but no doubt things have moved on since then.
    thanks Tony
     
    Tony, May 7, 2004
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    Rod Guest

    Much the same subject matter as you - Kodak E100S(35mm), Fuji Provia
    100F(Medium format). I'll probably change to Provia for both when I've
    finished my present stock of E100S. Provia gives me good colour
    fidelity if it's correctly exposed.

    Rod

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    Rod, May 7, 2004
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