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Kodak Portra 400 35m 36exp Film Professional 5 Pack

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People say that Portra handles reds, yellow, oranges better than Fuji and Fuji handles the greens and blues better. Kodak Portra 400 is an ISO 400/27° daylight-balanced professional colour negative films introduced in 1998 and made originally for portrait and wedding applications.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. If it helps paint a better picture, the Portra 400 surely produces finer grain than its counterpart, the Ultramax 400 , which is a part of the company's line of Everyday Film. Whether you're framing a portrait, exploring landscapes, or embarking on creative projects, this film promises to preserve your memories with enduring charm and elegance.

Portra has incredible exposure latitude meaning it does well with overexposure and it also pushes well. It means they leave the film in the developer longer and really helps get more out of the midtones and highlights.This means that it is known as a mid-speed film, and will be able to take photos in most common lighting situations. Fine Grain Excellence: The film's fine grain structure ensures sharpness and clarity, even in the most intricate details. 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). Portra 400 is a professional film and does a great job of retaining the highlights (not just making parts of your photo pure white) and keeping information in the shadows (so it’s not just pure black).

Medium Format Magic: Designed for 120 roll film cameras, this film lets you explore the world of medium format photography.Versatility: Kodak Portra 400 film is suitable for a wide range of applications, including portraits, landscapes, and everyday scenes. The guys were nice enough to have a chat with me and were very helpful with tips and tricks to better my photography. As a matter of fact, the tone that the Portra 400 delivers is probably one of my favorite features of the film. The light gets a lot softer (meaning the area of the brightest parts are much closer to the darker parts of a scene).

com has so accurately written, there is nothing in the resulting images that is overdone, yet nothing is bland either.

Overexposing by two stops makes your images bright and colourful while underexposing it a stop gives you a moody and contrasty look. Compared to the likes of Ektar, I find Portra gives a more realistic look to life with better skin tone reproduction, whereas Ektar can have quite a blue cast. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.

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