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Kodak Ektachrome G (120, 100 iso)

Images are so animated – they reach out and grab you. A finer grained slide you couldn’t hope find. That’s because the 100G is one hi-tech transparency player.

Images are so animated – they reach out and grab you. A finer grained slide you couldn’t hope find. That’s because the 100G is one hi-tech transparency player.

Kodak’s amplifying system controls that enhances colour rendition and its advanced emulsion sensitisation ensures perky whites and sharper shots. It Also has this High-efficiency T-Grain emulsion crystals which means that when blown up you images, you can barely detect any grain.

Okay, I’ll be spare you the technical talk for now. Anyway, this film is the crowd’s most favourite or more specifically I am talking about the higher ratio of the cross-proccessing addicts’ demographic. Which is not surprising since the Ektachrome series from Kodak are some of the best slides that ever existed on photographic history.

And this Ektachrome G is something special…

Submerging this emulsion on a pool of C41 chemicals, an undeniable big colour shift will occur almost instantaneously – even with your eyes closed. There’s this yellow hue surfacing your analogue prints together with deep shadows which makes the colours more rich when you shoot under low lighting conditions. If it’s sunny or with the use electronic flash, a yellow-green tinge will be dominating against your high contrast shots.

Its colour shifts are not that shocking but mostly will give an air of saturated sombreness that will keep you still while you admire your square shots every time.

written by fookshit

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