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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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Seville City Scanner 001

Country: Spain City: Seville Camera: Leica M2 Lens: Leica Summicron 35mm f2 v1 Film: Kodak Ektar 100 This is the second city that I have visited in Spain. It is quite different from Barcelona and somehow I like this place more than that. Photos were taken during the first day when I arrived in the city. I quickly grabbed my camera and rushed to Plaza de Espana and the sunset in there was beautiful after that I walked along the […]

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Kodak Eastman 5222 Double-X

Motion picture black and white film? Most of you must have already been using motion picture colour negative film such as CineStill 50D, CineStill 800T…etc. Kodak Eastman 5222 Double-X is Kodak’s legendary 35mm black and white cine film available for use in 35mm camera. Films such as Schindler’s List (1993), Memento (2000) and Casino Royale (2006) have used Double-X to evoke strong emotions like only black-and-white can do. Name: Kodak Eastman 5222 Double-X ISO: 200 (Tungsten), 250 (Daylight) Film type: Black and white Character: Medium contrast with medium […]

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Kodak Ektar 100

Kodak Ektar 100 Introducing you to another essential film manufactured by Kodak – Ektar 100 – which is still available in the market. This film is well known for its vibrant colour and its e fine grain. Name: Kodak Ektar 100 ISO: 100 Film type: Colour negative Character: Vivid colour, fair dynamic range and high sharpness   Summary/Overview Ektar 100 must not be a stranger to any film shooters; whether you are a specialist in street photography, landscape or portrait, you would love its […]

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Kodak Super Gold 400 (Japan Ver.)

Kodak Supergold 400 (Japan Version) This is my first ever contribution of a film review post on this blog and I’d want to dedicate this special piece to a very unique analog film which unfortunately had been discounted by Kodak last November. Name: Kodak Supergold 400 (Japan version) ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Warm tone, good dynamic range and gives off natural colour   I am sure every photographer is set on a journey to search for the “right film” to shoot […]

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