Looking at the slides themselves after getting them developed is really cool
Used Ektachrome on a trip to the beach, really liked the warm and bright colors. Slide film is more expensive than negative film, but Ektachrome seems to be cheaper than the other brands of slide film that are currently manufactured.
Gave Wonderful results!
I decided to experiment with Ektachrome Side film with my Pentax K1000 camera that I’ve had for a very long time and I was very happy with the results. It gave great colors and detail in the ways that I wished. Very grateful that Kodak brought it back! And I’m also very grateful for The Dark Room for processing it for me. They do wonderful work there!!
Ektachrome is wonderful.
I don’t know how this will be received and they’re welcome to delete it if they want to but I’ve never actually used Straight ektachrome. I’ve always used e100vs or ektachrome Lumiere in 100 speed. You have to understand I’m a former Kodachrome person. I have those expectations. E100vs and Lumiere are wonderful. I have absolute faith in ektachrome 100. I assume it will perform
Love it so far !
Shot my first roll of this in the studio and home developed in a kit. I love the skin tones and saturation. The second Roll I shot outside in the street in NYC and really loved the results. Looking forward to this on 120.
Everything I hoped it would be
Nice level of saturation with spot on skin tones make this my favourite film currently. The exposure latitude is quite good for a slide film as well. Super fine grain with exceptional detail and scans quite easily and it looks amazing from a projector! I keep 10 rolls on hand