My family’s holiday to Florida in July 2012. Along with my 20D and compact camera, I also brought the Konica C35v with ten rolls of film. The fourth film I exposed is the infamous Velvia 50. I’ve cross processed this film before, but this is the first time I’ve had a slide processed normally.
I sent this film to Jessops for processing and mounting. Compared to other companies, this was cheap at £6.60 (inc. postage). The mailer envelope was c**p though, as it literally fell apart when I closed it. Next time I’ll just cycle down to Jessops and save £2.20 on postage.
Most of the slides were warmer than they should’ve been (e.g. purple skies). I’m guessing this is down to the film being outdated or possibly damaged by heat or x-ray at some point. Still, I’ve gotten images from 20 year old C41 chemicals, so I’ve gotten images from this.
Slides were scanned at 3600dpi and Photoshop work was minimal.