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Discontinued Film

This is Kodak Ektachrome T64 – slide film made for Tungsten light (hence the blue tint to all the pictures).

I have read that this film is discontinued and so you can only get the Fuji T64 film now – which is similar and in tungsten light (which is yellow) you end up with a colour correct picture.

This is a favourite film to cross process to make it ultra blue but I think processing E6 gives you such great vintage blues that you can save the loss of clarity in crossing a film.

This is the roof of our building which is becoming a favourite for us with the bubble machine.

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Posted by simon on August 31, 2010
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  1. 02/9/2012

    Very cool, I love the tones in the second photo. Going to have to pick up a roll or two and try it out. Also now following your blog!

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    • 02/9/2012

      Thanks for the comments. I still love the T64 films and just need to break them out more often, especially for long exposure at night,
      Simon

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