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Agfa CT Precisa - One of My Favorite Film to Cross Process

It's been quite some time since I used the Agfa CT Precisa to cross process and the results convince me time and time again.

I confess that I never develop the Agfa CT Precisa in normal processing. I find the colors when I cross process it much nicer. I really get different colors with this film but some time ago there was a Kodak Elitechrome emulsion and now a Fuji. Sometimes the different colors come from my color foils. Here’s a look at some of my favorite shots with this film:

The Agfa CT Precisa is suitable for every camera. From the simplest ones without any exposure settings up to a SLR. I highly suggest that you try this film on a Konstruktor.

With the newer emulsion (Fuji) i like the contrast between green and red. So I tend to pick every red item as a subject when I have this film loaded.

I also like the results when I use it with artificial light:

Here are some photos with a touch of blue and the old Agfa CT Precisa using a Kodak emulsion:

I also wrote some tipsters for this great film. Have a look:

Cross-Processing the LC-Wide

Photo by pearlgirl77

Tolle Ergebnisse mit der Horizon Kompakt und dem Agfa CT Precisa gecrosst

Photo by pearlgirl77

Transform the Colors of the Agfa CT Precisa!!:

Photo by pearlgirl77

You should definitely try the Agfa CT Precise if you haven’t shot with it yet!

Your Pearlgirl

written by pearlgirl77 and translated by pearlgirl77


  1. vicuna


    One of my favorite films as well, but I really prefer the blue/white old emulsion…. still have some of them in my fridge ;)

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  2. pearlgirl77


    @vicuna i love both of them.... but haven't more from the old one :(

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  3. buckshot


    A very thorough review - and GREAT photos! Well done.

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  4. pearlgirl77


    @buckshot thanks a lot! ;)

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