ANALOGUE: Kodak Portra 800 35mm


The biggest boy in the family, weighing in at 800 ASA and you might have already guessed, the most expensive of the three. Grain is apparent which is expected and a green tint is apparent in lower light conditions. In daylight, skin tone rendition is natural while colours are vivid. When rated at 4-500, photographs get sharper and less green. That doesn’t mean it’s useless at box speed but more of a flexibility when needed.


Let's rejoice 800 speed films exist so come on Kodak, roll out a 1600.  


Shot on Canon 300V paired to a Canon EF 35mm f/2 IS


Green cast

Strong saturation


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