Ektar has distinctly less saturation than any chrome film, but more than Portra. It is very well-balanced
spectrum-wise, and is not just "enhanced" in certain hue categories. If you have blue shadows in the
scene, that's how they will look in the shot (didn't Manet, Monet, etc figure that out awhile back?).
In other words, the shadows are not artificially warmed for the sake of skintones. And it's not a film they're going to put into disposable carboard cameras for Aun't Maude's fourth wedding in Peoria. It's
a film for adults who legally own light meters too.
Hah I love how you say "it's for adults" haha is that your way of saying "it's not for hipster kids" ?? Lol
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