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Wicker Park Photowalk

Wicker Park Photowalk

First time using this new film I bought called Ektachrome EHP P1600X. The results are amazing for film kept frozen since 1999! The native ISO of the film is 400 ISO and it's supposed optimized for push processing up to 3200 ISO. Because it's expired the native ISO is about 200. I used auto-levels and very little other color correction. The grain is nice and large but the sharpness is surprising! I shot the roll from the Canon A-1 at 800 ISO and extended the developing time by 60 seconds (2 stops) and the negatives were perfect.

marcus_loves_film This photo was shot on film. Taken by marcus_loves_film with a Canon A-1 loaded with Kodak Ektachrome EPH P1600X film in Chicago, United States. These tags describe this photo: x-pro, cross processed, push processed, tetenal c-41, self developed, old signs, pink, red, hears, valentine, wicker park, and lomowalk. Date: 2013-02-10. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Wicker Park Photowalk .


  1. alburnkat


    My Favorite, Beautiful!!

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  2. marcus_loves_film


    @alburnkat Thanks! pics of fire hydrants are a little cliche but the choice of film made this image pop!

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  3. alloftheabove


    @marcus_loves_film - if the hydrant suddenly disappears, you can safely bet that @alburnkat has it in the ever growing collection.
    @alburnkat - why am I not surprised to see you here... ( . ) ( . )

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  4. ajagee24701


    Great red coloring!

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