Afga CT Precisa 100 (User Review)

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The Afga CT Precisa 100 lives up to its reputation as one of the top slide films for xpro junkies!

I happened to score two rolls of Agfa CT Precisa 100 last year; just in time for our honeymoon vacation in the province of Bohol, Philippines. Although I read somewhere that cross-processing this film would result to saturation with no obvious inclination toward a particular hue, it seems as though that the Precisa has strong tendency to be blueish. This is especially true in when shooting open outdoor subjects, either in sunny or cloudy conditions.

On the other hand, the blueish bias somehow becomes neutralized by indoor lighting.

Although I have limited experience with this film, I know that it is worth your buck. The most popular photo in my lomohome was captured by this noteworthy film.

The AgfaPhoto CT Precisa captures your memories with exceptional colour rendition and is ideal for sunny outdoor adventures. When cross-processed, you will see an overall colour-shift as cool blue tones envelop your images. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.

written by renenob on 2011-08-11 #gear #film #agfa #review #slide-film #precisa #lomography #x-pro #cross-processed #user-review

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3 Comments

  1. francesco1
    francesco1 ·

    awesome film!

  2. dearjme
    dearjme ·

    That last shot is amazing! How'd you get the colors like that?

  3. renenob
    renenob ·

    @dearjme - That was take inside the church. She illuminated by light the is filtered by colored glass windows.

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