Here is a bunch of what I've been doing recently.
BW's are all on Acros 100.
Colour work is a Mix of Velvia 50 and Ektar 100 (These are my first rolls of Ektar ever shot, and my first go at C41 processing).
"Vortex" - Ektar 100
"Fractal Dreams" - Ektar 100
"Garden of Zen" - Ektar 100
"Silk and Stone"
"On the Edge"
"Beauty in the Gorge" - Velvia 50.
"Radiant Beauty" - Ektar 100
"Inner Flow" - Ektar 100
"Break of Day" - Ektar 100.
All films developed at home in CPE2.
BW's in Rodinal 50:1 @ 21c
C41's in Tetenal rapid C41 Chems @ 38c (standard dev)
E6 in Tetenal kit @ 38c.
Sorry for the massive post - I have been without internet access for quite a long while and have done quite a bit of shooting as a result. There are plenty more from the past 4 months, this is just my favs.
C41 chemistry and the process are so much easier to handle than velvia that its just not even funny... its two baths, the chems are half the cost, I measure between 6.7 and 7.3 stops of range in Ektar 100 (depending on the light) which annihilates the 4.3 to 5.3 that I see on velvia, and is especially useful in contrasty situations (where I find myself shooting 90% of the time)
Ektar has earned its spot in my film bag... Its colours are bright and vibrant enough to engage viewers but not so saturated as to draw attention away from the images detail. I find with velvia the colour seems to take center stage and people can overlook the image's finer subtleties...
Thanks to Lachlan for pushing me to try the film by sending me a few rolls to test...