Fuji Velvia 100F, Nikkormat FTn from a June 11 Years Ago

Fuji Velvia isn't my go to film, in this case Velvia 100 is a super saturated slide film that's great for nature and landscapes. Don't ever use this for portraiture or any photography involving humans, the skin tones will be really off. Considering how grey this winter has been seeing some bright green is a nice antidote. This and the previous post was from an Oakville Camera Club outing hike into Belfountain Conservation Area through the Trimble Side Trail. Early-mid June is a great time for hike, only in hindsight I was an all you can eat buffet for the local mosquito population. These days bug and tick repellent is mandatory because of deer ticks. I have some Velvia 100F in the fridge I should shoot this spring through my Nikon 3HP or F4.

Camera: Nikkormat FTn, Nikkor S 50 f1.4 lens, Nikkor H 28 f3.5 lens.
Film: Fujifilm Velvia 100

On the Hanging Bridge

Moss Covered Rocks

Ferns and Rocks

Over the Fake Falls

The Fake Falls at Belfountain Conservation Area II

Belfountain Conservation Area Path in the Shade


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