Film Review Of The Week

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Just because it says “Portrait Film” that doesn’t mean you can’t have magnificent landscape and still life photos with it as our Film Review of the Week shows!

Sure, cross-processing those slide films will give you the funky and super saturated colors we love but sometimes you’re just craving for the realism a color negative gives you. d_i_hunter sure knows this and offered a brilliant insight into the characteristics of the classic Agfa Portrait 120 film in his review. The reason why portrait films are ASA 160 is for good skin tone. But in this case, it adds an extra punch for the Holga's light hungry lens!

Submit your own review and who knows, you might be the featured review of the week! Submit you film review but if the film you want to feature isn’t on the list please let us know.

written by cruzron on 2009-07-27 #gear #review #film-of-the-week #agfa-portrait #holga

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2 Comments

  1. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    I can only agree - a great film.....not only for portraits.

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    A great one for sure !

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