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Kodak Elitechrome ED (35mm, 200 ISO)

The Kodak Elite Chrome ED is my absolute favorite film. It has incredible contrasts and delicious colors.

With its 200 ISO, the Kodak Elite Chrome ED is superbly all-rounded, capable and adaptive to any situation. It has a very coarse grain and super bright colors. I thought it would be the same as the Kodak Elitechrome EB, but I thought wrongly.

The colors are predominantly blue and green. That neon yellow looks really toxic. The film is not only for daytime but also nighttime and is not afraid of bold colors.

The motifs are often scary after developed. A strange atmosphere reigns with the garish colors. The lips of people and the skin looks incredibly strange, especially.

written by abcdefuck and translated by jcyx243

8 comments

  1. chethong

    chethong

    nice atmosphere to the photos; I especially like number 8!

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  2. mizz_eva

    I love all your pictures!!!
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  3. qaisa

    qaisa

    love the special colour
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  4. jetnz81

    jetnz81

    Greenish :)

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  5. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    Beautiful photos.

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  6. z

    z

    I just finished a roll of this and now i'm even more excited to see the results!

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  7. nuhdos

    nuhdos

    I couldn't choose between try this elitechrome or keep searching the other models... but, after seing this, I'm decided to buy it! Green: you'll be mine!!

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  8. vlinder

    vlinder

    Was something done in the processing of the film to produce the green or does it just do that on its own depending on the light in the environment??

    over 2 years ago · report as spam

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