Kodak Portra 400 35m 36exp Film Professional 5 Pack
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Even when shooting in difficult conditions such as overcast or a dull winter’s day, Portra 400 holds up pretty well. It’s well know that overcast it’s really the best conditions for color landscape photography, however depending on the scene you can still make it work. If Portra is what you have loaded in your camera, don’t worry about it.
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Shooting at 400 by no means gives you terrible results. In fact, it gives you quite lovely results! While it’s not as saturated as Ektar or a more consumer film, shooting at boxspeed will give you richer colors than if you over-expose and if you’re familiar with my photos, I always lean more towards saturation. So if you’re wanting those washed out, pastel colors, over-expose it. If you want a bit more color and grain, shoot at box speed. Both will give beautiful results and lovely pictures and colors. Portra 400 isn’t a film that you HAVE to shoot at 200, although the current trend does a good job at making you believe that. Shoot it at boxspeed, and it’s going to look great. Shooting Landscapes With Portra 400 However...do not fall into the trap of thinking that portraits are the only use for Portra 400! It is a premium colour film with fantastic technology that easily translates into other styles and types of photography - from landscapes to street to still life. It won't return colours as bright or vivid as Ektar, but has a lovely soft palette that can bring warmth to your final image.Natural skin tones: Kodak Portra 400 film is known for its exceptional skin tones, which are rendered with a natural, lifelike quality. This makes it ideal for shooting portraits. Strangely, these are some of my favorite conditions for this film. Most love shooting Portra where there is so much color to play with and that can certainly be exciting, but I feel it can handle these more dreary scenes much better than a film like Ektar can, and I love it for that. As noted above then it’s worth remembering that ISO 100 speed Ektar (and Portra 160) requires more ambient light than Portra 400/800 and Fuji Pro 400H films. That’s why me and others tend to use ISo 400/800 films more and why Portra 400 and Pro 400H are probably the 2 most popular films for weddings photography. Both these films also have greater latitude so cope better for under/ over exposure (vs Ektar especially if under exposed).
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And Lomography is also one of the few companies that are actually innovating in the film photography space, so supporting them may just help the company to produce their own color film in the future. This probably seems like a strange question, but it’s one any photographer should ask themselves about any film. You have to know what works for you. The early morning, before sunrise shots: Porta 400 / Summicron 35mm ASPH Ektar / Summicron 35mm ASPH
I can see portra as a natural skin tone film whereas Ektar works well as an alternative to higher saturation slide films; I’m expecting higher dynamic range. Known for its iconic warmth, forgiving exposure latitude, and use cases spanning portraits, landscapes, and everything in between, the Portra line is Kodak’s most versatile offering
Portra 400 Vs. Lomo 400 side-by-side — is Portra worth the money? Portra 400 Vs. Lomo 400 side-by-side — is Portra worth the money?
Kodak Portra is balanced to Daylight. That means that in orange lighting, it’s going to look really, really orange. To get an idea beforehand, use it alongside a digital camera and set that camera’s white balance to Daylight. Consistent and reliable performance: This film is known for its consistent and reliable performance, which means you can count on it to deliver stunning results every time. Versatility: Kodak Portra 400 film is suitable for a wide range of applications, including portraits, landscapes, and everyday scenes.The Lomo 400 keeps its warm cast, while the Portra 400 is brighter and more neutral overall. Streetlight test