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Pellicola Kodak Portra 400-120

Our Price: £12.50 GBP

100120

Descrizione

Una versione più indulgente del sempre popolare gamma Portra, la Kodak Portra 400 120 film è uno dei migliori emulsioni colore di tutti i giorni per la cattura di vita medio formato quotidiano in bellissimi colori e contrasto morbida. Fai scorta di questo pacchetto da 5 e non rimpiangere mai di averlo fatto!

 

Specifica

Formato: 120
Colore: Colore
Genere: Negativo
ISO: 400
Esposizioni: 12
Dimensioni confezione: 5 o 1

 

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Kodak - propriamente conosciuta come Kodak Eastman - fu fondata in America nel 1888 e dominò il mondo "occidentale" della fotografia per i successivi 100 anni, costantemente in feroce rivalità con la Fuji giapponese. Analogamente a Fuji, l'avvento della fotografia digitale all'inizio del secolo ha causato notevoli problemi finanziari. Un recente tentativo di vincere nel mercato delle compatte è stato colpito dall'aumento della fotografia mobile e dal fallimento seguito nel 2012. Fortunatamente l'attività della fotografia è sopravvissuta con il nome Kodak Alaris - con sede nell'Hertfordshire, in Inghilterra - e hanno deliziato l'industria analogica promettendo supporto continuo per la produzione film e la promessa di riportare le vecchie emulsioni preferite.

Per ulteriori informazioni sul marchio, dai un'occhiata alla nostra biografia diKodak

Questo prodotto a volte è scritto male Porta.

Colpi di esempio c) Anton Novoselov

 

Dove spediamo

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Customer Reviews

Based on 61 reviews
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S.B.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: sansan_nmrn on instagram
Great film would always use again

The film is warm and great for a pastel look to the usual film photographer if over exposed a bit, but it has very nice depth to its shadows and the dynamic range is always great

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B.S.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: @benj.story on Instagram
The godfather of film

Portra 400 is maybe the most used and cliche film today and the reason being is because the results you can achieve can’t be beaten.
Under or overexpose and you’re still going to be able to scrape a usable image out of it as it’s so forgiving.
I usually rate mine at 200 for a brighter image :)

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J.C.
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Travel, Studio work, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: @joshuaelliottcole / joshuacolemedia.co.uk
Ronseal but Film

It does exactly what it says on the tin. And that my fellow film fans is portraits. All-day, all night. In the shower, on a bus. Whenever, wherever. Portra. Put it in your Pentax, put it in your Panon. Portra. Costs a lot of money, shoot it anyway. Portra.

But wait.

There's more.

It's also amazing for other stuff too. Like landscapes, or studio work, or whatever chuffing else you may fancy. But in all seriousness, it's a great emulsion to work with. The relationships between the colour tones this film captures are sublime, it works, it's easy to print, and it's easy to scan and correct. It looks good with little effort and incredible with a little bit more. Yeah, it's expensive, I always seem to have full boxes for months at a time, never quite finding something 'worthy' of it. But when the time is right, yeah, this is the one. If you're a bit more minted though, shoot away.

5/5 expensive and snobby but delivers undeniable results.

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A.N.
Perfect for: Portraits, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel, Studio work
Sharing with the Film Community: No
Accreditation Handles: @alx_inactive
Good if you're good with photography

I do like this film. You can get fantastic results with it. and I can see why it's popular. And I do recommend grabbing a roll of it if it's on sale and are new to film and getting better at understanding light and exposure levels.
But for the most of it, I feel it's becoming a bit of an elitist film stock. By the looks on analogue photo forums you can see that other people skip over all most photos unless it says it's shot on Portra. Such a shame as there a other great choices out there

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G.S.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Graeme Simpson Photography
Sweet tones and sharp results

After a few rolls of 160 I thought it was time to try the 400 flavour.
Loaded up my recently acquired Mamiya RB67 and fired through the roll. Developed at home with Cinestill c41 kit.
Scanned with the Pixl-latr I could see straight away the colours were vibrant and once I’d converted using NLP I was so impressed with the colours, the grain and how sharp it was.
It has the famous Portra look so you know you’re going to enjoy using it.