This Kodak film is always just right for your needs on colour saturation, pleasing skin tones, high sharpness and captures on textures and fine details of a picture.
I’m always enamored with the chromatic saturation and on how the Ektachrome with low film speed can create dazzling and excellent colorus!
I bought two rolls of this film. A 35mm film of Kodak Ektachrome that has a low ISO of 64 made me say “What the hell is this film? ISO 64? It doesn’t have one in my LC-A; only 50 iso!”
I was thinking of placing the camera in ASA 100 (much better to have this underexposed than overexposed). Well, it is another discovery again. I got some pleasant blue, orange and yellow shots. Even the famed “green-yellow” tones of midnight shots are present! What’s best also since underexpose is the treatment, you get to double expose this without hesitation and to maximize the film speed! This film is synonymous to mystery! It says “T” that stands for Tungsten (and we all know what tungsten is) but the colors are unpredictable! Talk about love for the film at first sight!
I call for everyone to use this film with a great curiosity in the mind! Shoot all the way wherever you go because by the end of the day, you’ll be smiling of all the results you’re getting!