One more coat

Kodak Ektar 100 shot at EI 50
Color negative film in 35mm format
Push processed 2-stops

 

One more coat - Kodak Ektar 100 shot at EI 50. Color negative film in 35mm format. Push processed 2-stops.
One more coat

Kodak Ektar 100 shot at EI 50.

Color negative film in 35mm format.

Push processed 2-stops.

 

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    1. Experimentation, curiosity and fun. Knowing the range over which an acceptable exposure can be made means more flexibility in a changing environment. I can shoot at EI 100 and switch to a faster EI mid-roll if needed, then push process to cover my biggest underexposure and still not ruin the frames shot at box speed. Pretty good to know, eh?