Shooting Kodak Ektar 100
Kodak Ektar 100 has been my favorite color negative film for quite some time now. My first rolls of Ektar were shot through my Yashica Mat 124G. I had been looking for an inexpensive way to try out medium format while also keeping a modern look and feel to my images. The Yashica and Ektar combination proved to work out perfectly.
Ektar is a 100 ISO film that is touted to provide excellent saturation, contrast, sharpness, and fine grain. Kodak says that Ektar 100 was also made to be scanned easily. It sounds like a wonderful film for the modern age, especially for 35mm shooters looking for cleaner shots. However, I somehow had never shot Ektar in 35mm format, until now, due to my love of shooting it in 120 format. Keep reading to learn more!