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Top 5 Colour Negative Films You Should Try

Top 5 Colour Negative Films You Should Try Guides and Tips Top 5 Colour Negative Films You Should Try November 27, 2020 There are 3 different types of film, colour negative, black and white negative and colour reversal (slide) film. In terms of price, cost of processing and usage, colour negative is the most common option. There are more colour negative film options than other film types in the market with major brands such as Kodak, Fujifilm, Cinestill…etc. Below are […]

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What is in my camera bag?

What is in my camera bag?     Bag: Billingham Hadley Pro 2020 Sage/Chocolate Camera and lenses: Leica M10 with Noctilux 50mm f1.0 E58 and extra battery Summicron 50mm f2 Rigid type 2 with E39 yellow filter (Great for both colour and black and white film/digital) B+W 58mm MRC Nano ND0.9 3 stops (allow me to use noctilux at f1 wide open during the day) Sekonic Lightmeter L-558 (been using it for 9 years very reliable in spot, flash and […]

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Kodak Portra 400

Name: Kodak Portra ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Accurate skin tone, high sharpness Film Review brief Summary Introducing you another essential film manufactured by Kodak and which is quite popular in the market with it’s well known character for natural skin tone and ideal for most lighting conditions. Kodak Portra is another popular stock film in everyone’s fridge including myself. Except Agfa Vista 400, it is the second film that I used extensively for my work. Colour and […]

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