Hi, I will be making a trip north in the springtime to photograph waterfalls in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Most of the settings will be under deep forest canopy, shot just after sunrise, and hoping to capture full range of colors at slow shutter speeds. One of the cameras used will be Nikon FE2 and some primes. I had initially planned for Kodak Ektar 100 but am seeing some comments here and there, some good, some not so good. Hopefully I'm in low contrast situations, will meter on the falls, then bracket, 0, +1, and +2. My scanner is Nikon Coolscan 4000 and I can open the tiffs in ACR to adjust any white balance that may be off. Any other negative film beside Ektar that you can recommend? I have had good luck with Reala under bright conditions, but not so in the shade. I'd like to stick to ISO 100 films, shoot at ISO 100, and bracket. Goal - fine art prints, 12 x 18. Thanks for your comments.