This highlights the 2 major flaws with Ektar - it goes blue/cyan very easily, and more importantly, it is very diffifult to scan with even close to correct colors on consumer scanners. My first experience with Ektar, shortly afetr it came out, were some Fall portraits of my kids on a pumpkin wagon. Shot under overcast skies, the resulting scans had horrendously blue tinted results. it was shocking, made Provia seem like it was E100GX ! Anyways, impossible to get good results on my high end Minolta 5400 I scanner. However, the $25,000 Noritsu at the lab was able to scan with decent colors - most likely they had professional correction curves for this very finicky film. On the positive side, I will say it does fantastic sunsets - almost as good as slide film does.