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This scene is pretty accurate, if anything, the skin tone is even a tad darker here due to my exposure. See frames 4, 5 and 9 respectively. There has been science behind this; take a look at this video by Vox. The film scans amazingly. Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
I currently have 2 roll… https: I shoot mostly portraiture porttra two different cameras.
These specs were taken from Freestyle Photographic. Reply James T December 24, at 8: Good film, but don’t push it in really low light.
Unmatched and wonderful images! And the extra speed allows you to pick up more detail in the foreground and background, even in low light.
Really happy with the colors. How the Nikon F75 impacted on my thought processes at the Christmas Fayre makes for a really good opportunity for me to qualify some of those thoughts without me getting too bogged down in being too critical of the camera itself.
Even the lens feels horrible to use as a manual focus lens….
Night or day, the film gives you an assurance of consistent quality. As the night went on we called it quits due to running out of light.
Film Emulsion Review: Kodak Portra ( Format)
Order in the next 0: I have in fact published a post about shooting point and shoot cameras in low light using the same Christmas Fayre for example images — have a read here. But anyway, more on that another time…. Based on the poftra the sky was rendered in frame 5, I had an idea of what this film might be but frame 6 totally scuppered that thought. What I should have done — and actually did after shooting a good few frames — was set the camera to manual and make use of my own brain and not the cameras brain.
I am usually left with a perfectly balanced photograph in terms of light, unless my settings were 2 or 3 stops off, which hasn’t really ever happened. I prefer to use small primes, kidak I don’t want to buy a bigger, more expensive lens just for the occasions that I need color.
Home Photography Film Kodak Portra The main reason to not buy it is unrelated to the product itself – it’s the difficulty of getting processing. Unfortunately I also had an autofocus failure too.
Reply Alex Hakimi December 24, at 4: I want to be able to focus quite fast and to use aperture priority mode. Hi Hamish, I get the broken pictures all the time as well when viewing on an iPhone. Justin R Top Contributor: Read reviews that mention low light great film grain iso shoot photo portra pictures portraits results. Colors are same poetra you come to expect from portra.
Reply Terry B December 24, at 7: Kodak Portra of all types works to create images that are warmer than usual. Sorry, we’re having trouble showing recommendations right now.
Film: Kodak Portra 35mm · Lomography
The results are good all across the board, but I feel like the best kosak quality comes at ISO First I tried this: Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Feedback If you are a seller for this product, would you like to kdoak updates through seller support? Color negative film in 35mm format. I was in the paradoxical position I talked about in my Fuji Xf post where I simultaneously wanted both more and less features.