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EM held them with an iron grip until I showed her this paragraph. Kodak’s Professional Portra is a high-speed daylight-balanced color negative film optimized for use in difficult lighting conditions.

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I have in fact published a post about shooting point and shoot cameras in low light using the same Christmas Fayre for example images — have a read here. Perfect emulsion for indoor situaions lit by natural light during the day though. Order in the next 0: The image looks gorgeous and this was shot in the format. I am Maxime Evangelista and this is why….


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Kodak Portra is a film that truly surprised me. Kodak Professional Portra is a color print film with an ISO of which is fast enough to catch the action in difficult lighting situations, often without on-camera flash. I used this film over my winter break to take photos while at home with the family. I really appreciate your help and you taking the time to read my comment. I would rather pay the lower price for the speed film.

Film: Kodak Portra 35mm · Lomography

Turn on 1-Click ordering for this browser. I used this film to take photographs in Carlsbad Carverns. In her infinite wisdom, Aislinn suggested I make it a three-way shoot out by adding a roll of Fuji Natura to the mix.

Rated 5 out of 5 by silverchopstick from Portra koak now my default color film I like the colors of portra and its the color palette that has me coming back for more even after I vowed to give up my attachment to film. And the extra speed allows you to pick up more detail in the foreground and background, even in low light. KodakProFilmBiz lomography I had no idea tbh not having experience in colour to speak of.

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I know how to expose properly in this sort of light without a meter and — at least with the flexibility of my chosen negative films — I rarely kodal it up. See any errors on this page? Since shooting these rolls I had been busying myself with getting into the swing of and I had all but the fuzziest of memories about exactly which roll I shot where and when.

It seemed to me that a blind test without any brand bias informing my interpretation was the best way to approach the porra I had initially planned and so here we are, I hope you find it informative. No more, no less.

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