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Kodak Ektachrome EPJ320T (35mm, 320 iso) User-Review

EPJ320T is a Tungsten-balanced film. The idea of this type of film is to make subjects under yellow lighting look natural. It achieves this by shifting colours towards the blue. I hoped that cross-processing the film would make the colours crazy, and it did!

I couldn’t shoot the film at the rated ISO 320. My Lomo LC-A only has ISO 200 and ISO 400 settings – so I shot randomly, flicking between the two. In all instances, the photos had a strange blue tone to them. Underexposing at ISO 400 gave some really deep blue skies. Not many other colours made it through. Overexposing at ISO 200 have made the colours through, reds and yellows in particular.

The photos had quite a grain to them – possibly a combination of the film being expired, and high ISO. I love how the blues came out. I will definitely be using this film again, there are two more rolls in my stash!

written by dazb

10 comments

  1. violet_rayy

    violet_rayy

    ah moo moo! Super square on shot!
    Lovely film review too = )

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  2. lomosexual_manboy

    lomosexual_manboy

    Very interesting film. Odd film speeds can be fun to play around with as you proved here. I really like the first cow shot in particular.

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  3. cinzinc

    cinzinc

    the blues and grain remind me of the lomo x-pro 100. id love to give this a shot, nice gallery!

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  4. larslau

    larslau

    Fantastic pictures. I wish that this film was still made...

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  5. stouf

    stouf

    I love Tungsten films ! Great review ! 5 and 10 are awesome !!!

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  6. dazb

    dazb

    Thanks for all your nice comments, I had fun with this film :)

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  7. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    love the moomoo pictures. colours looks really good :)

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  8. vtayeh

    vtayeh

    WOW! Great job on the review and experimenting with the film! No. 10 is my absolute favorite!!!

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  9. comezone

    comezone

    great gallery! congrats!

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  10. cc-in-paris

    cc-in-paris

    greats photos! thanks for the useful review.

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