Kodak Ektachrome for Chromatic Colors!


For great choices of colors and wild popping saturations, always choose Kodak Ektachromes!

The Kodak Ektachrome EPR is simply a robust film to handle. With your background idea of “shoot from the hip” and “use it anytime, day and night”, this film comes in a handy small amount of ISO 64. Now, I am pretty sure most of you would shoot this film on daylight purposes, well it’s a great thing. Colors are invariably great while green, yellow and blue are the most identifiable of them all.

I used this film while having a birthday fun together with my friends and some daylight morning rituals like breakfast in a restaurant and indoor lunch together with loved ones. It’s a great film, and all I thought is that this will turn out bluish. But I was wrong.

My suggestion is that, you should try this film on night-time. Stick in your Colorsplash Flash and fire all the way during party for haunting and dreamy light effects in your face.

Do check out the gallery if you want some proof of how amazing this film is.

For me, Kodak really sweeps your feet away after visiting a photolab and getting your film done. The colors are undeniably awesome. I was all expecting my shots would turn out bluish but hell, I was wrong. The colors have their own attitude as much as the film. This Kodak Ektachrome is a must for XPRO lovers out there. Give it a try. And never dare just shoot under the sun. Take your camera anywhere you go and use it anytime — day and night. The results will be enormous.

written by ethermoon on 2010-07-30 #gear #film #35mm #review #64-iso #kodak-ektachrome #cross-process #epr #user-review


  1. brettac
    brettac ·

    Very cool. i have been looking for a film to make colors pop.

  2. azzzy
    azzzy ·

    my favorite film in the whole world

  3. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    I don't know WHY I haven't tried this film. Some of my favorite fellow lomographers shots are with this film. I must try it! Great galleries! Good job!

  4. disdis
    disdis ·

    Maybe the only problem is the price of it! Ektachrome films are quite expensive but the results are... wow!

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