The above two were taken using Kodak 400VC and Sunny 16 for exposure estimates and the below images were at night outside and inside our flat, using a tripod and a seconic meter for correct exposure on Tri-X 400.
As we know, there was a huge amount of reviews. You know how good this film is, how it’s known for it’s colors, saturation, and fineness. Some would say, "Why do you use such a professional film in your plastic cameras? To answer this, I wish those people could see what could be made out of using the and Kodak Portra 400VC.
|SUNNY 100, 처음 사용해보는 필름인데 어때? (4)||2013.05.07|
|[중형] FUJI PROVIA 100F, 유통기한 필름의 결과물을 극명하게 보여주다 (12)||2013.04.18|
|[중형] KODAK PORTRA 400VC, 이제 더 이상 생산되지 않는 필름 (10)||2013.04.15|
|LOMOGRAPHY LOMO FILM 100, 로모카메라를 사면 들어있는 필름에 대하여, 그리고 잡담과 한숨 (8)||2013.04.09|
|LOMOGRAPHY FINE COLOR FILM 100, 예상하지 못했던 결과물...상상 그 이상!!! (26)||2013.04.05|
|FUJI PROPLUS2 100, 단종된...어디서 난건지 모를 필름 한롤 ^^;; (4)||2011.08.21|
The Kodak Portra 400VC is one my favorite films (now discontinued). It really renders beautifully an image even under harsh conditions. It has for a very large dynamic range and the subtle tones transitions from shadows to highlights that I I much prefer than digital. It’s 400 ISO speed (although I rate it at 250 or 320 depending on the situation) allows for handheld shooting even on a camera like the M645. Due to the larger negative size, there’s less grain than a 35mm film.
Experimenting with VSCO FiLM filters with video. The S-Kodak Portra 400VC++ was applied to all the clips. This video was shot back in September of 2010 when I went for a midnight snack with Muid at Burger Ampang.