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International orders are processed the next shipping day. Please check your local sales tax laws. Send a link to this item so recipient can review, customize or exchange for an alternate of equal or lesser value. Kodak’s Professional Portra is a high-speed daylight-balanced color negative film optimized for use in difficult lighting conditions. Vivid color saturation and low overall contrast contribute to pleasing skin tones and neutral color accuracy, and a micro-structure optimized T-GRAIN emulsion renders a fine grain structure with high sharpness and edge acutance.
Kodak’s proprietary advanced development accelerators and antenna dye sensitization also offer enhanced scanning and enlarging performance. Portra is very well-suited to photographing moving subjects and working in low-light conditions while maintaining true color reproduction. This item is one exposure roll of 35mm film.
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Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Order in the next 0: Kodak Portra overview. Kodak Portra specs. Kodak Portra reviews. The film scans amazingly. I shoot mostly portraiture on two different cameras. My 35mm is a Hasselblad Xpan, and I like to shoot all my colour film two stops over what they’re rated. Having this gorgeous film available to shoot at and kkodak having to worry about colours shifting or too much grain is awesome.
Oh, and it kodaj beautifully. I couldn’t recommend this any more highly.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by Andrew from Not as flexible as Portra or Emulsion color response isn’t the greatest in tungsten or dusk light. Perfect emulsion for indoor situaions lit by natural light poftra the day though. I guess that is to say it is very sensitive to color temp shifts It’s grainy, but no better or worse than speed film pushed one stop.
I would rather pay the lower price for the speed film. Rated 5 out of 5 by Nick from The best choice for high speed color When the light gets low or you need faster shutter, this is the only good choice for color film. I prefer to use small primes, and I don’t pirtra to buy a bigger, more expensive lens just for the occasions that I need color. Easier just to use this!
Yes there is a bit of grain, and the colors aren’t as vibrant as slower films, but for reasonably sized prints of people, it’s great. Colors are also still accurate and perfect for skin tones.
Film: Kodak Portra 35mm · Lomography
Rated 4 out of 5 by 080 from Good speed I used this for low light situations. It has a fair amount of grain. Grain structure is pretty good. Colors are same colors you come to expect from portra.
Good film if overexposed a bit. Upset kodak doesnt have a though. Rated 5 out of 5 by silverchopstick from Portra is 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.
I will say, After I finish shooting this last batch, I’ll sell my film cameras and ‘go digital’ Then when my scans come through, everytime I’ve given up film, I buy another five pack of portra! I think this is one of the best films currently. Rated 4 out of 5 by Kracken from Portra – Favorite Film Portra is my favorite film because you cannot go wrong with it – you almost can’t mess it up. The worst thing you can do when exposing film is underexposing and with an ISO, it is hard to underexpose.
I am usually left with a perfectly balanced photograph in terms of light, unless my settings were 2 or 3 stops off, which hasn’t really ever happened. Outside of that, the colors and grain are jsut about unmatched when it comes to Kodak Portra!
Took pictures at an indoor Gala-Auction event, indoors with many people. The pics came out great, and so much better than the ASA film which is the only quick-speed now available in stores in this area. The indoor clearness and color developed extremely well. Be the first to review this item.
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