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The Ultimate Colors of Agfa CT Precisa

Let me introduce you to one of my most favorite slide films in this world: the Agfa CT Precisa.

Photo by ekeupratama

The first time I saw pictures with saturated greens and yellows, I quickly thought that it must be great film. I searched for that film and found out its name, the Agfa CT Precisa. I then looked around on the Internet and saw that there was another one the gives out cool bluish tones! In fact there is a German reproduction of the film that adds blue tones as well as a Japanese reproduction that turns colors into green and yellow.

Curiosity got the best of me and I finally tried this film with my Diana Mini. The results turned really great! Everything had cool green and yellow tones!

Recently, I shot with this film again using another camera but the results turned out blue! I really have no idea how this happens but I do know that I used a roll that was made in Japan. But hey, the results were great!

The film is even good for indoor shots.

I hope these photos with the Agfa Precisa make you want to try it out., Give in to your curiosity!

The AgfaPhoto CT Precisa captures your memories with exceptional colour rendition and is ideal for sunny outdoor adventures. When cross-processed, you will see an overall colour-shift as cool blue tones envelop your images. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.

written by ekeupratama


  1. hervinsyah


    wah, fast & furious nih, wani taruhan slide film taun ieu maneh jadi lomoguru keu 8D

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  2. ekeupratama


    @hervinsyah hahaha lomoamigo jg blm

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  3. nickpage


    Great shots!
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  4. ekeupratama


    @nickpage thank you!

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  5. niko_fuzzy


    I miss the German's Agfa CT Precisa which gives blue tones. Your shots are awesome.

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  6. ekeupratama


    @niko_fuzzy thanks! actually I haven't try the German's Agfa :(

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  7. niko_fuzzy


    German Agfa are hardly to get in the market. :(

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