I have been shooting a lot of slide film over the last few weeks as I have some mixed E6 chemistry that will soon go off.
I used to be a big fan of cross processing E6 for 2 reasons … Firstly because I didn’t want to try home E6 processing and secondly was because I liked the unpredictability of the colour shifts.
Thanks to a twitter friend Sandeep @givemeabiscuit who is strongly against cross processing I decided to buy myself the Tetenal E6 and give it a go and have not looked back.
This was the 1st time that had tried Agfa CT Precisa 100 and after a bit of searching on the web quite a few post were saying that it was very similar to Provia 100F or even the actual thing?
Whether or not it is a version of Provia who knows but what I can say is that its an excellent film that considering its a slide film it seems to have a wider latitude than most other E6 films that I have tried.
It seems to not totally blow the highlights and neither does it block up the shadows as can be seen in the above 3 images.
I will be buying more this film very soon as I love the colour that it produces which is quite vivid when shooting in bright sunshine but very natural when used in normal light.
Anyway thanks for looking ….
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