Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
Ektar100 isn't great with skin tones and does give a very distinct look, the following are basically all the same setting but with the movement of the models I thought you would like to see some of the shadow areas.
Hi Stone: Your color balance is more even than what I had, but your images tend a bit to red. I found that if I tried to correct the red, because mine started out a bit red-rich also, that I soon got into trouble. Remove some magenta, everything looks a bit too yellow. Remove some yellow, you start to see the blue "cross over" in places. No matter what, I could not, in analog printing, achieve remotely realistic color. But maybe that's the whole point of this film. I can see how it could be used effectively to bring out vivid colors of a vivid scene.