My Very First Slide Film Experience -- Agfa Precisa CT 100


Are you looking for films capable of producing images with stunning and vivid colors, extremely blue sky and high contrast without loosing any detail of the images? Just grab a roll of Agfa Precisa CT 100 and cross process it and you’ll get what you desire!

Back to the days when I was still a newbie to Lomography, I got to know about this “slide film”: after seeing some cross processed shots on Stunning and vivid colors, extraordinary and extremely blue skies and high contrast are critical factors that made me fall in love with Agfa Precisa CT 100 at the first sight!

As a curious Lomographers, nothing would be better than loading a roll into my beloved camera, snapping around and let the results speak for themselves!

The resulting images are simply breathtaking!

Besides the signature blue sky, red and green colors are still vivid after cross processing. With a slight colour shift, the resulting images tend to be tinted with a splash of blue paint. High contrast yet retaining most of the details, easy to handle even for beginners. Sounds extremely attractive, isn’t it?

To conclude, Agfa Precisa CT 100 is a slide film that would make you completely forget about the E-6 process. Just have it cross processed and you’ll be amazed by the superb images!

written by gateau on 2011-07-25 #gear #review #agfa-precisa-ct100-black-slim-devil-diana-mini-lc-a-silde-e-to-c-cross-processing-35mm-e-6


  1. lighttomysoul
    lighttomysoul ·

    damn awesome gallery! the lighthouse and the glowing orange tree are superb! I much prefer the old CT formula. the new one with the massive green/yellow overcast don't appeal to me at all.

  2. squamy
    squamy ·

    Amazing gallery!!

  3. gateau
    gateau ·

    Thank you for all your likes! >3<
    @lighttomysoul: yes! love the blue colour of the old CT formula so much but I only got a few at hand now and so gotta use it carefully :)
    @ squamy: thank you! and you can make it too, with this amazing film!

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