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First attempt at shooting Ektar 100, on the Mamiya 645 Pro TL. It's nice stuff - very smooth, sharp and colourful, but I'm not sure I'm a fan of the colours. Has a bit of a digital look to it... might be best off saving it for sunsets and Ken Duncan landscapes.

And here are some more Ektar 100 photos, and some more photos taken with this camera.

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  1. Fabrizio Zago - Photography and media 35 months ago | reply

    Amazing composition and colours!

  2. Firescu.C 35 months ago | reply

    Superb capture.

  3. sudio_nl 35 months ago | reply

    ♥ Such a beautiful picture. Love the colors. Amazed by the sphere. ♥

  4. visionQg 35 months ago | reply

    more money more nice

  5. chasingphil 35 months ago | reply

    The richness of the colours and bokeh are lovely :)

  6. AdrianMalec 35 months ago | reply

    Dude, I instantly knew this was taken in Melbourne.

  7. JR Vork 35 months ago | reply

    Gorgeous photo...the bokeh is amazing!

  8. 1? 35 months ago | reply

    Whoa, looks like a model city. :)

  9. me-graphy 35 months ago | reply

    beautifully captured :)

  10. ath0mas 31 months ago | reply

    Great shot!

  11. pwsonline 30 months ago | reply

    Fantastic!! Such vibrance!!

  12. Fresh Light 24 months ago | reply

    ...paradise shot..........

  13. ! FOX 24 months ago | reply

    Great lighting
    Wonderful colors
    Great shot
    Wonderful work
    Beautiful photo
    Great detail
    Good luck

  14. Piotr Gortat 20 months ago | reply

    dat Mamiya sharpness :)

  15. Ye Light Gatherer 8 months ago | reply

    Your comments plus Ektar's inherent fine grain makes me wonder if the 'digital look' you refer to is more down to its smooth grainess (rather atypical for negatives) than the colours themselves.

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