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Author: Michael Rennie

5 frames with… Kodak Ektar 100 (EI 100 / 120 / Rolleicord VB) – by Michael Rennie

Kodak Ektar 100; it sounds so exotic and for me it delivers the kind of saturation that makes shooting colour film so fun, but without the reduced latitude that comes with shooting slide film. I was initially skeptical of Ektar as many people (online) said that it produced nasty skin tones, I bought some to find out for myself! All 5 shots were taken with my trusty Rolleicord Vb and metered using sunny 16 and a MK1 eyeball. I love the way Kodak Ektar can boost the colours on a gloomy day, I love the skin tones on a...

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