I would like to hear if anybody has any suggestions for shooting velvia slide film on a F100 or any other Nikon film body. The reason I am asking is because I will be using Velvia for the first time this summer for when I visit a few US national parks. I have tried Provia 100 F daytime film before, but any pointers to remember with Velvia would be greatly appreciated. Maybe Chris Lange? I have a few months still to brush up so no immediate hurry.
I know velvia is a super saturated film and many who shoot with it often get under exposed shots. Any darks in the photo show no detail whatsoever. I also hear it can be very sensitive to which metering mode you use on the camera. I usually only use Matrix metering on the F100 and even my D700. However, if shot properly, Velvia slides can produce fantastic images so I want to give it a shot.