I'd had the Mamiya for about 6 hours, the sun was setting on my favourite spot to unwind and take pictures in London, this had to be done xD
I wasn't sure this was going to come out because looking in to the light tends to underexpose on auto and underexposed velvia is a nightmare to scan! Luckily I got another nice bit of camera porn =).
This Fuji Velvia 50 roll was expired by over a year. It was the last of the stock at a time when it was going to be discontinued (because of Velvia 100 I think). There seems to have been a few films that have gone and then come back recently I assume there has a bit of a film resurgence as people realise how different it is from digital. There are now now 3 different versions of Veliva whereas as in the days of only film (about 10 years ago) there was only one.
This is a real film border from the it being directly placed on the glass without the holder. There is no real edits on this other than getting the contrast to show the edges black but that's you have to do that with any shot when you scan, at least with Epson anyway.