Just like his family, the Kodak Elitechrome EB is a very good x-pro color producer.
I’m very lucky to get this amazing Kodak Elitechrome EB slide/positive film ISO 100 expired from Seni Abadi, Bandung, Indonesia. I had no doubt in buying 10 rolls of it because I always get awesome x-pro color results from my previous expired slide rolls that I bought at this photo lab.
I use it at any event and situation. When my paternal grandmom’s elder brother passed away, I shot his military funeral ceremony with this film with severe weather conditions.
It’s not greenish, maybe because I shot with B mode at this dark cloudy condition at our family graveyard in Cicalengka, suburb near Bandung, Indonesia.
This film is also one of my lucky films because it gave me an opportunity to get my prize debut from this site. I redscaled this became one of the runner-ups of Seoul rumble =9
Let’s get back to its specific color, GREEN-ish. Yes, think about EB made me think about GREEN-ish color that’s stunningly beautiful. Even this grey asphalt road with two little cute cats are transformed into the green green grass of road.
When I get back from my best NYE trip in Parigi last year, I shoot this man that I met on the road with Kodak EB.
It is also perfect for sad theme pictorial, just like this one when I shoot a man with mental illness who sat alone at lonely road near forest in very cold heavy rain of January 1st, 2012 T-T
Oh, I almost forget to talk about multiple exposure. This film are also great with mx shoot. I get yellow and green x-pro color from Kodak EB.
Green are everywhere for long long time ago here, even before Al-Gore receive the Nobel prize award for Go Green campaign =p So, think green, go green, use Kodak EB.
Try also this film with variety of camera, just like I did with Horizon Perfekt camera when I attended my first Lomo gathering with Lomonesia (Lomography Indonesia) Bandung @ Rocca cafe, jalan (street) Progo, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, South East Asia.
And this is my result with La Sardina camera.