I love my Kodak as much as my Provias and Velvias. I am sure to pick a roll of Elite or Ekta Chrome if I want bluish photos, just as quick as I would pick a roll of Provia and Velvia if I want greenish and redish/purplish photos respectively. And this gallery is just a proof why I do. The blue hue is just as vivid as if it was smudged on a bare canvas.
This roll was also about five months expired, if that’s worth noting. I got it from a color lab in the Flatiron District for a real good price. The same lab crossed processed and scanned this set.
[Shot with an LC-A on location at Washington D.C. on a freezing January afternoon, five days after President Obama was sworn into office.]
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