Marketed as a professional film, Kodak Ektar 100 35mm claims to be “The World’s Finest Grain Color Negative Film”. The quality of the result it is utterly unique. I shot a roll mainly last weekend – mainly outdoors under the big sky light of the East Coast of Yorkshire. I used a LOMO LC-A which I feel really suits this film – I’ve shot a roll before using a LEICA AF-C1 and the results were ‘OK’ (here’s a link to ’em) – but the LC-A / Ektar combo has produced some winning results.
Here’s a few of my faves from the roll (more here on my flickr stream). These are ‘SOOC’ or ‘Straight Out Of Camera’ – they look a bit cross processed – but they’re not. It’s a negative film processed with bog standard (Max Spielmann 1 hour) C41 processing. Without further ado..