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  • Kodak Portra 160: To London with Love

    Kodak Portra 160: To London with Love
    I have brought along the Kodak Portra 160 35mm colour negative film for my trip to London, it gives greatest scenic pictures, which features balanced colour tone.The fine and smooth texture of its grain even gives more beautiful portraits of people as subjects. The best companion for travellers!
  • Kodak Portra 400: The Best Colour Negative Film on the Market

    Kodak Portra 400: The Best Colour Negative Film on the Market
    When Kodak replaced its Portra 400NC and Portra 400VC (Neutral Colour and Vivid Colour) lines with the new Portra 400, many people were devastated. The subtlety of the NC film and popping colours of VC will surely be missed, but since its launch, this film has gathered a huge following. Having finally got around to using it, I can really see why. This film is amazing!
  • Kodak Portra (35mm, 400 iso)

    Kodak Portra (35mm, 400 iso)
    A professional and usually very expensive film. When used on sunny days, the colors are mind-glowingly vivid - and almost look cross-processed. Its results are totally unique and unlike any other film.