When Margaret and I visited Madison, a town in southern Indiana right on the Ohio River, in October, I brought a lot of film. One roll was Fujifilm Velvia 50 in 120 that I loaded into my Yashica-12.

Autumn colors were in full display that weekend, and the sun was out in a partly cloudy sky. It was a terrific time to be shooting Velvia.

Here are the photos from the roll that I like best.

The Joy house
Downtown Madison, Indiana
Downtown Madison, Indiana
Horror festival
Autumn accoutrement
Livery Stable
House in Madison, Indiana
Lanier Mansion, Madison, Indiana

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Madison, Indiana, on Fujifilm Velvia 50

Some brilliant color transparencies, scanned, from a visit to an old Indiana city.

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16 thoughts on “Madison, Indiana, on Fujifilm Velvia 50

  1. Andy Umbo says:

    Great results! I’ve always had iffy results with Velvia, a tendency to be too contrasty for me, but these look perfect. Velvia is one of those films that when you can find it, is way over priced now. Think I saw a roll of 35mm for $35.00!!

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