Although in pre-digital times I shot most of my personal urban and landscape work on 8×10 film and had my own E6 processor, I never took color seriously.
Well, it was easy to take that approach, because in the fine art photography world, prior to the advent of pigment inkjet technology, regular color photo prints themselves were not thought of as legitimate Art objects.
C prints would fade in no time and therefore were not really collectibles and Cibachrome which was fairly light fast was way too contrasty for many transparencies.
Black and white was my main focus. But I usually loaded 2 to 4 sheets of color film into dark slides when I went out. Once in a while I exposed a color frame as a kind of an afterthought when shooting B/W.
This gallery contains a mixed bag of 25 large format color images. http://philipchudy.com/galleries/europe_uk_colorsscans/#1
Most of the images have been scanned in monochrome and can be found on my fine art website www.philipchudyfineart.com.
Here are some small sample images: