Kodak Portra 400vc (120, 400 iso)

2008-05-23 3

A professional and usually very expensive film. On sunny days, the colors are mind-blowingly vivid – and almost look cross-processed. Its results are totally unique and unlike any other film.

A professional and usually very expensive film. On sunny days, the colors are mind-blowingly vivid – and almost look cross-processed. Its results are totally unique and unlike any other film.

A favourite of among the professionals and amateurs because of its colour sensitivity and versatility. With its 400 ISO which makes it ideal for low light, ambient photography and it superbly fined-grained that guarantees excellent contrast and vivid colours on your photographs.

written by fookshit on 2008-05-23 #gear #negative #120 #review #kodak

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3 Comments

  1. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    Portra was my first favorite film...

  2. ferro_ud
    ferro_ud ·

    portra 400vc is my favourite film

  3. callumbum
    callumbum ·

    haha at the submitted image of the guy in the yellow hoodie

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