Bright Colors of Ektachrome: Kodak Ektachrome EPP (120, 100 iso)

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Kodak Ektachrome EPP - Cheap, easy to find and full of color!

A few weeks ago, I went to buy some film for a friend and I told the guys in the shop, “My friend wanted different stuff, so what do you suggest?”, and I got some color films, some B&W’s, different ISO’s and then the shopkeeper told me, “we also have this Kodak film, do you think your friend would like to try that as well?”. That was the first time I heard of Kodak Ektachrome EPP! And the guy told me that it makes colors look different and I was at once, “OMG I want that film!!!” So I bought it, along with warnings of “you have to shoot colorful stuff, like reds and greens…”, which made me think of shooting at a carnival or amusement park.

However, I am so not a patient person!!! I had to shoot right then and there! And what I did was, get a bunch of colorful things and use the flash to take photos and I loved the results!! Reds looked redder and purples looked brighter!!!
Now, this became my favorite film I strongly suggest everyone to try it!!! I’m still thinking of the carnival shots, but I use it daily as well…

written by nural on 2010-02-17 in #reviews

8 Comments

  1. paramir
    paramir ·

    good work! lovely gallery and review!

  2. satomi
    satomi ·

    #6 and 7 is amazing! and the kitty is so adorable!

  3. violet_rayy
    violet_rayy ·

    Ooh must try this!
    Well done x

  4. lomo-art
    lomo-art ·

    Nice story :-)
    Beautiful pictures really fun to watch and read

  5. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    great stuff - one of my fave films!

  6. dotdotdot
    dotdotdot ·

    Get them while stock last! Kodak discontinued this film last year!

  7. stouf
    stouf ·

    Sweet film indeed ! Great shots, and it's also great with big bright sun !

  8. nural
    nural ·

    thanks so much guys :))
    @dotdotdot haha I'm lucky then cos the store I go to just has a large stock of this and mostly sells expired stuff!!

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