Kodak Portra 800 is a professional-grade colour negative film that is perfect for low light conditions. It has a high ISO of 800, which means it can capture images in dimly lit environments without the need for a flash. The film produces natural skin tones, vibrant colours, and fine grain, making it a favourite among professional photographers.
- High ISO of 800 for low light conditions
- Fine grain for sharp and detailed images
- Natural skin tones and vibrant colours
- Wide exposure latitude for flexibility in different lighting situations
- Perfect for capturing images in low light conditions without the need for a flash
- Produces high-quality images with natural skin tones and vibrant colorus
- Ideal for professional photographers who need a reliable and versatile film for different lighting situations.
Also available in medium format: Portra 800 120 film
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This product is sometimes mis-spelled Porta.
Sample shots (c) Chris Clogg
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Great 800iso giving flexibility for day and night time.
Great and versatile for low light and portraits . I’ll definitely used again.
There's a lot of hype on Kodak Portra films and I myself enjoy shooting Fuji but since the discontinuation of Fuji I decided to try these to see what the hype is all about.
So glad I tried it! I think these are great for summer when the sun is out in its full glory. I probably could get away with lower ISO film in these lighting but I wanted the ability to shoot with smaller aperture and faster shutter.
These are home developed, so please excuse the dust.
Let's be honest, Portra is the best if you want your snaps to look like what the world actually looks like. 400 is the standard, but 800 can be just as good in the British winter. Sad that only a few years ago I could burn through two rolls in a day, but now you would need to remortgage your house to do so. However it is still the low light king, long live the King!