New Zealand landscape photographer tries Kodak Ektachrome and Fuji Velvia for landscape photography. Kodak Ektachrome E100 and Fujifilm Velvia 100 are great colour slide 100 iso films. In this video, he test them out for landscape photography during sunrise, daytime and sunset light. The locations in this video are Lake Tarawera and Te Puia geothermal park. Lake Tarawera is the home of a volcano called Mount Tarawera and Te Puia has the largest Geyser in the southern hemisphere. His camera of choice for this video is his old Hasselblad 503CW, which is a medium format film camera, it has interchangeable film backs and it makes 6 x 6 square format images. he uses his 50mm CFI, 80mm CFE and 150mm CF lenses with filters, and his light meter is the Sekonic 858D.