Kodak Portra 400 35m 36exp Film Professional 5 Pack

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Kodak Portra 400 35m 36exp Film Professional 5 Pack

Kodak Portra 400 35m 36exp Film Professional 5 Pack

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By setting my light meter to 320 ISO it helps me stay more in the green box below, erring on the side of overexposure, which film can handle a lot better than being underexposed (see the left muddy size of the chart below).

Creative Freedom: Compatible with common color film developers, it gives you the creative control to fine-tune your images during the development process, ensuring your vision shines through. Versatility: Kodak Portra 400 film is suitable for a wide range of applications, including portraits, landscapes, and everyday scenes. In fact it was just one corner of the box which was a bit bashed, but the five films were fine, sealed in their foil packs. The unique colour palette has made it an especially popular choice for portraiture and editorial work.

I should have metered for the highlights and the midtones and used the settings somewhere between the two. It is easily one of the most expensive film rolls out there, aside from maybe "special" film rolls that are more rare to find. Kodak Portra 400 Professional Film is great for commercial photographers and amateurs alike and is a fast film for poor or low light conditions. Not to mention its superb exposure latitude, making it a good choice not just for "professionals" as seems to be implied from the name of the line that this film is a part of (ie.

Having shot a lot with 400-ISO films in the past, I thought I liked a bit of grain to give the resulting images that grainy characteristic so distinct to film photography. Portraiture Perfection: Loved by portrait photographers, this film renders skin tones with unmatched precision, ensuring that your subjects always look their best. iso is a great in-between – it’s great for our outdoor shooting as well as shooting in lower light and for being a 400 iso film it has a very fine grain that’s barely noticeable when exposed properly. For years, professional photographers have preferred KODAK PROFESSIONAL PORTRA Films because of their consistently smooth, natural reproduction of the full range of skin tones.Ask around the internet for everyone's favorite film rolls, and it wouldn't take long before you hear the mention of the Kodak Portra 400. Depending on where you live, a roll of the Portra 400 can cost around €15 - €30 in the 35mm format, while the pack of 5 in the 120 pro starts from around €70.

With a wide range of exposures from bright light to low-light situations, you can create photos that are precisely how you want them. I do not recommend portra for indoor flash photography with a point and shoot camera because I have found that my pictures turn out more yellow than expected because of white balance issues. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. But outside of those two situations, I would use Portra for photographing while hiking, vintage car shoots, or photographing friends in an outdoor environment.Originally there were two variants of Portra: 'Vivid Colour' and 'Natural Colour' but a technical update in 2010 made the difference redundant with a new and improved film. Single rolls of Kodak Portra 400 professional grade 120 roll colour negative roll film for medium format cameras.

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