Ektachrome 100

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  1. GDN

    GDN Active Member

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    Is back. It has been released in 35mm format. I have never tried it, but I am curious about it.

    Anyone out there used it and can give us an opinion about it?

    Gary
     

  2. porkphoto

    porkphoto Active Member Site Supporter

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    OMG...its been at least 50 years since I used that...don't remember a thing about it...sorry...lol. Interesting info...thanks for posting.
     
  3. Garyh | SILENT STREET

    Garyh | SILENT STREET New Member

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    Close to Ektar 100 in rendering, and noticeably cold in the shadows in soft light. It will require warming with either a light brown filter or a light, salmon-pink Skylight 1B. Not ideal for point-light (bright sun) photography, but this is common with the majority of narrow latitude, enriched-palette E6 emulsions. Some reviewers have noticed similarities to Fuji's Provia 100F, but I think Ektar is a better comparison.
     

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