Timo, I'm afraid I don't agree with John. Your B&Ws are stunning because, it appears, you're a master of tone mapping. But though the composition and subject matter in these color shots are excellent they come across to me as roughly the equivalent of travel posters. My beef is the boosted color saturation. As John said, without quite saying it, Velvia always gave oversaturated results. So did Kodachrome. But once you get a picture into digital form either with a digital camera or with a scanner you have complete control over the colors. Overstaurated colors always sell well at "art fairs," but I've always suspected that once a buyer gets his colorful treasure home and hangs it on a wall for six months he's going to find that he just can't stand to look at it any longer. But then, possibly not.