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Film Kodak Portra 160 - 35 mm

Price:£12.00 GBP
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La description

L'un des meilleurs films couleur 35 mm jamais vus - avec un grain très fin, une saturation élevée et un faible contraste, le film Portra 160 donnera aux enfants un aspect angélique, vos amis sont beaux et capture souvent l'ambiance d'une situation plus honnêtement que vous ne le pensiez. possible.

Un pack de 5 garantit un excellent rapport qualité-prix et plus de 150 photographies parfaites.

 

spécification

Format: 35 mm
Couleur: Couleur
Type: Négatif
ISO: 160
Expositions: 36
Taille du paquet: 5 ou 1

 

Pour en savoir plus sur les détails ci-dessus, vous pouvezconsultez notre guide du film ou si vous voulez de l'inspiration, rendez-vous sur notre page surchoisir votre prochain film. Et si vous voulez tous les détails sur le film, y compris les informations techniques,en savoir plus sur Kodak Portra sur EMULSIVE.

 

Kodak - correctement connu sous le nom de Kodak Eastman - a été fondé en Amérique en 1888 et a dominé le monde «occidental» de la photographie pendant les 100 années suivantes, constamment en rivalité féroce avec le japonais Fuji. À l'instar de Fuji, l'avènement de la photographie numérique au tournant du siècle a causé d'importants problèmes financiers. Une tentative tardive de gagner sur le marché compact a été frappée par la montée en puissance de la photographie mobile et la faillite a suivi en 2012. Heureusement, le secteur de la photographie a survécu sous le nom de Kodak Alaris - basé dans le Hertfordshire, en Angleterre - et ils ont ravi l'industrie analogique en s'engageant. un soutien continu à la production film et la promesse de ramener d'anciennes émulsions préférées.

Pour plus d'informations sur la marque, consultez notre bio deKodak

Ce produit est parfois mal orthographié Porta.

Exemples de clichés c) Richard P J Lambert

 

Où nous expédions

Lorsque vous achetez votre film de caméra chez nous, nous pouvons l'expédier à travers le Royaume-Uni, l'Europe, les États-Unis, la Nouvelle-Zélande, l'Australie et le Canada, d'autres pays sont prévus prochainement! Achetez dès aujourd'hui votre Kodak Portra Film 35 mm Color ISO 160 pack de 5 et plongez-vous dans le plaisir de la photographie sur film 35 mm!y!

Customer Reviews

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D.W.
Perfect for: Beginners
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Ptetty good

I love a nice clean look on my photos sometimes, and Portra 160 is great for capturing vibrancy of colours. The fine grain gives a nice gloss to photos, so I've enjoyed using it with bright colours in full sun / daylight conditions.

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I.D.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Travel
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: @imogendoyle_ (instagram)
favourite film stock so far!

beautiful soft pastels, perfect for a sunny day. very fine grain.

shot my first roll down by the seven sisters

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P.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography, Travel, Studio work
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Accreditation Handles: @camerafilmandcoffee (instagram)
The Portra look at high noon

Portra 160 is the pastel-coloured look we love best suited for bright sunny days and a shallower depth of field than the 400 version would allow.
The 160 speed is accurate in my opinion but the soft pastel look is really brought out with slightly more exposure, maybe around 125, a look that I quite like. The exposure latitude is quite forgiving though so you don't need to loose sleep over nailing the exposures.
Portraits are perfectly suited to this film and sunshine brings out its best, but it looks good in most lighting scenarios. It's a daylight balanced film so you'll need a filter if using at evening / night otherwise your pictures will look a little warm but it's unlikely most people would use an ISO160 film in those evening scenarios anyway.
It's definitely professional quality with a beautiful look, but the forgiving nature of the film makes it excellent as a walk around film (though the higher price might limit that for special occasions).
The grain is quite fine, but with the overall look of the film it's hard to see it anyway.
Overall, yes, it's an exceptional film. I find the 400 speed version to offer more flexibility thanks to the higher speed, but this 160 version makes an ideal portrait film where a slightly shallower depth of field is desired. It's beautiful as others have said, and in my opinion still worth the price on those special occasions where you still need it.

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C.M.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
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Accreditation Handles: @calmmanalogue
One of my go-to films

I love a nice clean look on my photos sometimes, and Portra 160 is great for capturing vibrancy of colours. The fine grain gives a nice gloss to photos, so I've enjoyed using it with bright colours in full sun / daylight conditions. Intend to photograph architecture, street, banal type stuff, and the film lends itself well to anything where crispness or colours are important. It's good at capturing colour even on overcast days.

I shot a roll of Conestill 50d at around the same time, and the results were similar. I started with one roll of Portra 160 and it's now my preferred film for getting out and about when I need to chase the sun and shadows.

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J.H.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Studio work
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Accreditation Handles: Joe Horner
Not just for portraits!

Shot my first roll of this late today on a bit of a mountain hunt on Anglesey. Used a polarising filter on most because of the haze (mountains are about 12 miles away) but nothing done in post besides a little light spotting.

Was impressed with the natural colours and overall clarity. Grain is essentially non-existent and sharpness is as you'd expect from a Kodak professional film. Took a few closer shots in shaded areas as well to give it some varied lighting, which it had no trouble dealing with.

Dried nice and flat and scanned as easily as any film I've tried.

Is it worth the premium over (say) Pro-Image as a regular film? Probably not for my usual shooting, which is the only reason for docking it one star - it's a hefty price premium for the "extra" it offers. But it definitely does offer an edge which would be useful in some situations, so will be keeping a roll on hand.

Shot in Pentax MZ-M with Pentax and Sigma zooms, developed in Cinestill C41, scanned on Epson 600 @3200DPI using Vuescan.