PF Chang's at Westlake Center
Another image from one of the Ektar 100 Test Rolls I shot last weekend: P.F. Chang's at Westlake Center, my favorite "Chinese" restaurant to go when I want to eat Chinese food that's not really Chinese (fusion), if you know what I mean. Those who have been to P.F. Chang's will know what I'm talking about.
I could tell that this film emphasizes reds very well. Even though I'm very pleased with the results of Ekar 100, I doubt I'm going to abandon digital and start shooting film as my primary photographic medium. It cost me over $100 to develop and scan 5 rolls of 120 film, not counting the cost of film. That is simply not cost-effective.
Mamiya 7ii 6x7 Rangefinder, 43mm f/4.5, 1/60 sec @ f/5.6, Handheld, Kodak Professional Ektar 100 Color Negative Film. Original 31MB TIFF file scaned at 3588x3024 resolution, 18 April 2009