Kodak Ektar 100: Falling in Love

It is sadly ironic that at what might appear to be the twilight of the analog film era some of the best films ever made are now available. I’ve only shot a couple of rolls of it so far, but Kodak Ektar 100 colour negative film is rapidly becoming my favourite colour film. I used to see colour negative film as a decidedly poor sister to slide fim, in terms of sharpness and saturation, but I see no such weakness in Ektar 100. The image below is from the Kodachrome walk, where in addition to some Kodachrome I did shot a roll of Ektar. I look at the blues and red/oranges, and I’m in love with this film!


2 thoughts on “Kodak Ektar 100: Falling in Love

  1. Awesome photo, John – definitely captured the beauty of the leaves we saw on the photowalk.

    Although somehow, I keep thinking of Bozo The Clown looking at the tree… can’t quite put my finger on it. 🙂


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