Tag Archives: Kodak Ektar 100
It’s been a long time since I last used my Mamiya 645. I got so used to larger negatives (6×7,6×9,6×17) that the 6×4.5 frame just looked too small to use. My rangefinder cameras also were easier to carry due to … Continue reading
Image taken with Fotoman 612 and Nikkor 90mm f/8 SW using Kodak Ektar 100 film. Currently I am using the Nikkor 90mm with my 4×5 view camera, so I don’t see the Fotoman getting some action at the near future.
After viewing the panoramic images from the Holga WPC 120 pinhole camera it’s really a huge leap ahead looking at the 6×17 negatives of the Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera. On my last photo trip I used it with Kodak Ektar … Continue reading
I just scanned a Kodak Ektar 100 film I had shot on my vacations. It was the last roll of Ektar I had, and probably not going to buy another one (at least at 35mm format). (Leica M7, Voigtlander Nokton … Continue reading
I have just developed and scanned the Kodak Ektar 100 film I shot with the Gaoersi 617 panoramic camera during the video recording I did with my friend Jimmy Pats. The video can be seen on my previous post and … Continue reading
Well, Christmas are almost here and we got snow on the nearby mountains. I will sure try to find some time to make a few images at snowy places. Most likely I will choose a film camera, at freezing temperatures … Continue reading
My favorite color negative film for landscapes is the Kodak 160VC. Great color and contrast with a very large dynamic range. Unfortunately, Kodak decided to replace both the NC and VC versions with the new Portra 160. I haven’t tried … Continue reading