Kodak Ektachrome E100

Kodak Ektachrome E100 – First Rolls Review – Pt1 – My First Roll

Kodak Alaris recently sent me a brick of Ektachrome E100 to play with. As someone who hasn’t shot much reversal film before, I promised a bit of a series of posts documenting my early experiences. I had it all planned out – first I was going to shoot a roll in something with a fancy evaluative meter, and then from there I would work my way up to shooting it with something a little more manual. I then got cocky, and just went straight for the Leica M3!

5 Frames with Kodak Ektachrome E100 in Morocco – by Simon King

There were so many things I was worried about when I shot these slides on a recent trip to Morocco. I was using my Leica M6, which I had recently had serviced, but there were a few things still playing up with the camera so I couldn’t be sure that the things I had wanted it serviced for in the first place had actually been dealt with. I had to just hope that my light seals were all tight and my meter accurate, especially considering the low tolerances of working with slide film.

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5 Frames With A Yashica T5 and Ektachrome E100 – By Kevan Wilkinson

One day in October, 2018, I stopped by my local camera store and saw the vibrant blue and yellow Ektachrome E100 35mm film boxes in the large film stock refrigerator. I was like a kid in a candy store, until I saw the handwritten sign that said “limit three rolls per customer.” That said, I purchased three rolls and took them on a weekend getaway to Santa Ynez, California, which is a small and picturesque town located about an hour north of Santa Barbara. I decided to use my Yashica T5 with my three rolls of new Kodachrome E100. 

Kodak Ektachrome E100 – A few Double Exposures – By Michael Turek

Left – Bisbee, AZ street scene / Right – A private security contractor patrolling an area of the border fence under construction in New Mexico. I recently shot two rolls of Ektachrome with my double exposure technique. They were shot in the American southwest whilst shooting two very different assignments for the Financial Times and …

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