This fine grain color negative film has high contrast and strong saturation which resembles the look of slide film but with better exposure latitude. For a color negative film it has low exposure latitude, meaning it doesn’t do nearly as good with over exposure compared to, for example, Portra 160. Ektar 100 is a great daylight film ideal for landscapes.
Kodak Ektar 100 - Film Review
Excellent film with some unique quirks that are easy to use
This film is heavily saturated, and really emphasizes reds and greens. It’s not very good for skin tones, but works great for photos of flowers and still shots.
One trick for getting some really good looking photos is to under expose it by a full stop when taking photos of red flowers, like roses. The flower petals will still come out great, and the leaves will be exposed as a deep blue-green color.