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Kodak Elitechrome EB (35mm, 100 iso) staff-review

A gorgeous slide film that gives straight-up vivid results when normally processed. If you cross-process it, you'll end up with intense saturation and contrast, but only a very subtle color shift. It's like taking everyday life and cranking it up to "11."

A gorgeous slide film that gives straight-up vivid results when normally processed. If you cross-process it, you’ll end up with intense saturation and contrast, but only a very subtle color shift. It’s like taking everyday life and cranking it up to “11.”

A general purpose kind of slide film that is suited well in a wide variety of lighting situations and photographic demands. Not to mention a favourite among slide film shooters due to its fine grain ability even on enlargements and natural colour renditions on any given moment that results in life-like photographs. Cross processing friendly too which will yield high contrast, intensified saturation with honest-to-goodness colours!

The film that I shot was a roll of expired iso 100 slide film from Kodak. The film handles nicely in my little 35mm camera. The photos with flash have more contrast and redder reds and some deeper blues. When the flash is not used and the blues will come out to be deeper but only when exposed correctly. Skin tones with flash, if you have a tan it looks like you have less of one that you do. Where the whites intersect with the blues the film will over expose the whites. (IE:Clouds)” -
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written by fookshit

2 comments

  1. superlighter

    superlighter

    one of my favourites Slide film to cross-process!

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  2. mephisto19

    mephisto19

    i submitted sampleshots here...

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