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I currently have 2 roll… https: Your posts have always helped me through my photographic journey, mostly when it comes to chosing cameras. This item is one exposure roll of 35mm film. This scene is pretty accurate, if anything, the skin tone is even a tad kovak here due to my exposure. I started taking photos at the age of 9. I am pretty sure I too would enjoy shooting an M3 more than a camera like this one, or pretty much any camera that I own! Add your voice Cancel reply.

But anyway, more on that another time….

Film Emulsion Review: Kodak Portra ( Format)

The results were pretty good and all pictures were hand held. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Good speed I used this for low light situations. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. As it turned out, not getting distracted was a little harder than I expected. As expected there was grain but the shadow areas were a different story compared to Film 1.


It goes great in natural light and renders a whole lot kpdak details.

All their Color Negative series, at least inis supposed to be Kodak Gold. I recommend photographers use this film in daylight balanced conditions, perhaps using window lighting when indoors or outdoors when the sun is setting. It has a fair amount of grain. I really appreciate your help and you taking the time to read my comment. Though, to be fair, I only really have my own brain to blame.

Hamish Gill I started taking photos at the age of 9. Being either a native ISO film or a ISO film over exposed a stop, I was expecting a degree of softness but the grain in less than optimal light was distracting to say the least — see image 3 in the gallery below for an example.

Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Again, in comparison to Film 1, night time colours retained a natural tone no fade to greyalthough there are a number of examples where the film produced some great saturated colours under the yellow street lamps and very bright, brilliant white LEDs. Write a customer review. Buy the selected items together This item: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

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I kicked myself for not having done so but only after I had returned. Loading recommendations for this item First things first, I want to say thanks to Kodak Alaris for sending me this roll of Portra film kodzk shoot. These specs were taken from Freestyle Photographic. Kodak Professional Portra is a color print film with an ISO of which is fast enough to catch the action in difficult lighting situations, often without on-camera flash. Good film, but don’t push it in really low light.


Read reviews that mention low light great film grain iso shoot photo portra pictures portraits results.

In her infinite wisdom, Aislinn suggested I make it a three-way shoot out by adding a roll of Fuji Natura to the mix.

Actually, I prefer centre-weighted over matrix any day.

In the case of these 6 and 7 especiallyyou can see how reds and greens really come out to play. Something we hope you’ll especially enjoy: Unmatched and wonderful images! With PortraI kkodak to expose at Even the lens feels horrible to use as a manual focus lens…. You make the call.

I pushed it to I metered all the films at EI so as to level the playing field a bit — some might say giving an unfair advantage to the Fuji. I guess that is to say it is very sensitive to color temp shifts