Warm Fine Grain
This was my first ISO 100 Color Negative film. I used it outdoors just as the first fall colors emerged and also in the studio on a tripod. The film did its job well.
The Landscape Photographer's film.
Ektar 100 is sharp, saturated, and loaded with color pop. Loves light like no other. Narrow latitude. But expose it carefully, give it some scenery under great light, postcards will fly out of the back of your camera if the composition is right. A great alternative to Fuji Velvia and easy C-41 processing and scans.
Bright, saturated colors, but...
Really bright, saturated colors, though almost borderline “clown colors.” The reds and oranges sometimes get over-emphasized. Still, all in all, a vivid, colorful film. My biggest complaint about it is that it has less latitude than I’d hoped for. If I expose for the highlights, the shadows tend to close up. That’s true of film in general,. but I think particularly so for Ektar.