Ektar 100 is a low grain film from Kodak known for its vibrant colors. As 2018 began to wither and the leaves changed colors I loaded it into a new camera. This was the first roll of film I had developed from the Minolta Maxxum 5 my dad found at a flea market for $10. Very happy to see anything turned out at all! All of the prints look much better than the jpeg scans below, sadly I do not have a negative scanner to do these prints justice.
All of the prints have a time stamp on them. Since this was the first roll in this camera I had no idea it was burning it into the negative. Let’s call it an artistic choice. There is ONE 4×6 print available for each of the images below. If you order one I’ll write a message for you on the back, think of it as a postcard from my eyeballs.