Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Pain-MD View Post
I'm not a stock photographer by any means, but I love both color negs and slides. In my experience, color negs are a lot easier to shoot, but color slides are far easier to scan/color correct/etc. Both look great, so I see no reason why it should be a huge issue for you. Personally, I find Ektar to be hit or miss and really like the roll of Fuji Reala that I've shot. Give that one a try next just for comparison's sake.

Thanks for the tip re. Fuji Reala, I'm always willing to experiment, and I'll give it a try. It's not that I'm unhappy with the quality of transparency, more a case of the growing expense of buying it and getting it processed. The improvement in quality of recently lauched colour neg. films, makes using it for stock shooting more of a realistic prospect, as well as being cheaper to buy and process (particularly if you process your own). At a time of diminishing financial returns from stock photography, every saving in costs becomes an important consideration.