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Agfa CT Precisa (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

The most attractive effect about Agfa CT is it can increase your colour tone and obviously make your picture more bluer!

The thing I like the most about the Agfa CT Precisa is the colour that can make an ordinary blue into a smashing blue! (there’s a difference between them, believe me!). I can see that when I used this film, the blue tones in my photographs are increased thus making them more attractive. I have asked my Lomographer friends about the specialty of Agfa CT Precisa and they agree that this one heck of a cool slide!

To get more out of this film, you can point it at the sky, swimming pools, oceans, or shoot yourself whenever you feel blue and without a doubt, you will fall in love with the cool blue hues of your images!

Sadly this film nowadays is hard to find at any photo lab or shop. i sincerely wish that this film will be manufactured forever. So all of you out there, don’t wait! Go buy this cool films while they’re still available!

written by jibamz

6 comments

  1. d_i_hunter

    d_i_hunter

    It is no question the best film for cross processing!

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  2. panelomo

    panelomo

    one of my fave films - yay!

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  3. lawypop

    lawypop

    hihi i lovethis film too! just for your info.. agfa RSXII expired film (ebay) and Kodak ektachrome deliver fantantic blues too!!

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  4. lomosexual_manboy

    lomosexual_manboy

    This is hands down my favorite film. If I could only shoot one 35mm film the rest of my life it would be this one. Wish it was available in 120 format.

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  5. stouf

    stouf

    Nice orangutan ! ;)

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  6. blackstar888

    blackstar888

    amazing! WILL buy some when i get a chance :D

    almost 5 years ago · report as spam

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