I have shot most of the available and discontinued slide films over the years and processed them in E6 and cross processed in C41 and it never fails to give you a great feeling holding up some slides to the light.
So obviously when Kodak announced that they were bringing back Ektachrome I couldn’t wait to get some to play with.
Once I bought a few rolls I decided to load the 1st roll into my Nikon F100 as it gives me pretty much spot on exposures when I shoot slide film.
As you can see from the 1st shot on the roll I began shooting on March 30th and I took about 4 months to complete the roll as I wanted to try it on a range of subjects and lighting conditions.
I had the film developed & scanned by AG Photographic as I didn’t want to mess up the developing and get unreliable results.
I have to say the film lived up to my expectations … colours and sharpness were great and even shooting into the sun worked, also portraits came out good too.
So here is the complete roll in the order that I shot them … comments welcomed.
Please click a photo to view larger
All images on my blog are available as prints just drop me an email
I also have a film only blog over at usingfilm.wordpress.com if you want a peek 🙂