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A smattering of Ektachrome

A bit of a mini image dump of Ektachrome images today, mostly because I’ll get onto something else from tomorrow.

There’s not really any theme to them other than they were all shot in Bakewell. I liked them enough to upload to Flickr, but I’m not sure any of them really elevate above average. Perhaps I should seek a job in the art promotion scene, eh? 🙂

In a garden
Roses
Memorial
Bakewell remembers
Two black and white doors

Olympus OM-2n, Zuiko Auto-S 50mm f/1.8 & Kodak Ektachrome 100 EPP (expired at some unknown date).

Taken on 17 September 2020

2 thoughts on “A smattering of Ektachrome

    1. Hi. It’s also known as Ektachrome 100 Plus.

      The datasheet for the film can be found here: https://125px.com/docs/film/kodak/e113-Ektachrome_100_plus_EPP.pdf

      Emulsive state that it was first introduced in 1988 on the page: https://emulsive.org/articles/a-brief-history-of-kodak-ektachrome-film.

      I’ve no details on when the three rolls of it I have (including the one I’ve shot) were manufactured, but my best guess is around the year 2000 (the person I bought it from also supplied me with some boxed Elite Chrome, and those are dated 2002 expiry, so the EPP might be of similar vintage).

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