I recently resuscitated my 35mm camera and bought some Kodak Ektar 100 to play around with. There are a bunch of amusing reviews online to the effect of "THIS FILM IS AWESOME FOR EVERYTHING EVER...except taking photos of white people." The film seems best suited for landscape-type pictures, which is what I'm all about. I got impatient and wanted to see how all my pictures turned out, so I quickly finished all 36 exposures and had it developed and scanned today (I do not have the equipment, room, or experience do do any of this myself).
Out of the 36, there are maybe 4 or 6 that I actually like, but unfortunately on every single photo there is this blurry line about 1/3 of the way from the bottom. I'm not sure what it is and after closely analyzing my negatives I think it is a scanner issue. In the next few days I'm going to try and find somewhere to get me reprints from the negatives that I like to find out definitively if it is something actually on the film or if the developer made a boo-boo.
Anyhow, this was shot with a Canon 650 and 40mm prime lens with a circular polarizer. I really like the colors. I probably could have duplicated the look with digital, but sometimes film is just more fun.
P.S. If you look really close you can see a seagull flying just beyond the rocks.