Saturday, May 9, 2015

What Should We Use Kodak Ektar to Shoot

Ektar is a Kodak color negative professional film, formally branded as a semi-professional film. The brand was reintroduced in 2008 as a professional film offered in the 100 ISO format.

Kodak Ektar is a very fine-grain, great colour, and wonderful natural looking contrast negative film. So what should we use Kodak Ektar to shoot? The answer is everything, but in our opinion, natural scenery is the best.

Untitled by Bright Lights, Vegas Nights

Untitled by elias.and.theresa.carlson

Life is good when you wake up to this! by Trevor Ducken

Fairy-tale winter forest by Valery Chernodedov

Untitled by **Geoff*

Walking on a dream by goodbyebyesunday

Lapad Sundown by Kym Ellis

Pers Glacier, Piz Palü, Piz Bernina by miloniro

The Autumn Fields of Ontario by Man & His World

Wahclella by Benjamin Postlewait

Saltenfjorden by trondk

Untitled by patrickjoust

cliche by Marm O. Set

Hi-Line by JimShootsFilm

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  1. Ektar looks great when you push it a few stops too...I've shot it up to ISO 800 and it gets creamier and a little less saturated...