Kodak Portra 160vc (35mm, 160 iso) staff-review

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A colour negative film for high-colour applications. The Kodak Portra-Series was introduced in 1998 and was specially designed for low grain results and authentic colours in combination with well-balanced contrast.

A colour negative film for high-colour applications. The Kodak Portra-Series was introduced in 1998 and was specially designed for low grain results and authentic colours in combination with well-balanced contrast.

Kodak Portra is used by professionals for advertisements as well as landscape- and architecture-photography. Kodak’s special T-grain technology keeps grain very low and makes this film ideal for scanning.

Because of its excellent skin-tones the Portra is also a very common portrait-film. VC means “vivid colours” which is the main characteristic feature of this high-performance pro film! Compared to the Portra NC (natural colours) the VC comes with a bit more contrast and a very subtle x-pro look.

written by d_i_d on 2008-07-09 #gear #review #portra #colour-negative #kodak

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One Comment

  1. fotoglove
    fotoglove ·

    ohhhhh VC!!!!!!!

    amazing film

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