Treat Yourself With Light Colours: Kodak E100G X-Pro

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Having taken lots of photos of saturated colours, you may sometimes want something lighter. I strongly recommend Kodak E100G for you.

X-Pro your slides and you often get photos of very saturated colors. They are exceptionally stunning. Yet, sometimes you may want something lighter. Kodak Ektachrome E100G is an ideal choice.

The light color gives you a relaxing feeling and so it is best for taking photos in the village and capture some leisure moments.

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If you want an azure sky, you should also load your camera with a roll of Kodak E100G and shoot it during day time.

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How about capturing shadows in the river and the field?

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The only disadvantage is that it is a bit costly. But come on, try to be good to yourself. Treat yourself one roll of Kodak E100G when you need some comfort.

Kodak Ektachrome E 100G 35mm is one hi-tech transparency player. High-efficiency T-Grain emulsion crystals mean that when blown up you can barely detect any grain. Kodak’s amplifying system controls and enhances colour rendition and its advanced emulsion sensitization ensures perky whites and sharper shots. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.

written by sebastiansiu on 2011-08-16 #gear #nature #village #review #slide-film #xpro #cross-processed #light-blue #user-review #requested

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2 Comments

  1. sebastianerras
    sebastianerras ·

    Did you shoot the roll at a normal exposure or did you underexpose it?
    All the slides films I shoot, I underexpose them at least by 1 stop. I found out that cross-processing slide film will generally overexpose the images, so I underexpose the film to get a "normal" exposure.

  2. sebastiansiu
    sebastiansiu ·

    Due to the nature of the camera, most of the time, I overexpose a lot. I will take them under extremely bright sunlight. E100G won't give you a very high contrast after xpro like other films do.

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