My good experience with Kodak Portra 160NC cross processed!
This is actually the first time that I used Kodak Portra 160NC. I also never thought twice of having it cross-processed despite knowing that this is my my virginal roll with this kind of film. It is always a question at what rate of iso should I set my Lomo LC-A to using this, but I don’t want to think too much about it and have it exposed at 100 ASA which is the best thing to do for increasing the contrast for my shots. I also suggest doing it on 50 ASA setting if you want things much crazier with this Portra!
I was really shocked with the results afterwards! I’ve never seen blue on this kind of scale, it’s just so sublime! And the tones as well, just too perfect for my expectations! Not to mention some of the intensive reds was apparent on my shots, wow! It looked really crazy! Few of the shots I did was exposed with tungsten light, ans it’s still amazingly gorgeous! As all of the tones were soaked in to greens and yellows!
Definitely this is the film that I will be using again! And maybe next time I will do more pictures in artificial light or with Colorsplash flash using the red or orange filter. I think it will yield another interesting results!
Browse through our gallery of handpicked photographs shot with expired rolls of Kodak Portra 160 NC 120. While you're at it, find how you can earn piggies and have your own photos be featured on the Online Shop!
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