My first roll of Kodak's Ektar 100 ASA film. A beautifully toned 35mm film roll with 36 exposures asking for great sunlit shots.
I recently dove into experimenting with professional grade 35mm films. I had seen all of these presets over the years on VSCO cam and figured I should check out the real thing. Also, I had only been shooting consumer 400 film and wasn't too happy with the results. They are decent rolls for point and shoots, but when you're trying to step up your game they just don't cut it. The Ektar 100 produced great dynamic range and a solid sharpness for a 35mm film. Thanks to the ASA 100 there was little to no grain. I do love me some grain though.
Overall I loved the Ektar 100 roll and will definitely be buying more. Maybe next time I'll test it out with some flash exposures.
What're your feelings on this film stock? Hit me up with any recommendations for films to try out.
Shot on the Pentax k1000.