2012 Film Project – Ektar 100 in Utah

I am settling back in from my trip up north. As I mentioned yesterday, I have a hard drive issue (It is full!) so I can’t upload my images from up north. I hope to solve that in the next day or so. Thankfully, I had scanned all my July film images prior to this. Today I bring you Ektar 100 in Utah.

I really liked the 1 roll I shot in June, so this month I wanted to shoot it again as I was headed to Utah for work. This was my first work trip that I carried film. I really wanted to see what the wide 21mm Voigtlander with Ektar could do out west. It did not disappoint. I really don’t have much to say about the Ektar. I like the rich and saturated colors. My only quibble is that it is a 100 speed film and my only lens is an f4 making it next to impossible to get anything very good in low light. But, I knew this going in and expected to be shooting it in full sun anyway. Hope you enjoy the pics.

More Circulus – I did the best I could with this 100 speed film in the low light.

Union Station – Ogden, Utah

Utah Mountains – This is what I had in mind when I planned on bringing film with me.

And my favorite shot of the bunch. I shot this looking out the back window of a pick up truck. We were headed up to Snowbasin for a day of riding, shooting and fun. Turned out to be a fantastic day.

Tomorrow’s Friday ride stoke features Ilford HP5.  Don’t miss it.

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2 Comments

  1. Nice! I like the classic look of film. Don’t see it much anymore. And Snowbasin is one of the gems here in Utah. Great trails!

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    1. Thanks for the comment Adam. It sure is a gem. Couldn’t believe I got to ride there 4 straight days and then finish the day with a lovely decent into Ogden. I could get used to that.

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