Plaubel Makina 67 with Kodak Portra 400 film

Well, it’s been ages since I shot my last roll of film. I’ve been fully concentrated on video projects, testing my Sony A7s camera and also working on a few photo projects.

I have in a way “abandoned” film, for several reasons. It requires time developing and scanning, and I am not doing much landscape work lately. The Plaubel Makina 67 is the only film camera I use these days, mostly for portrait work, and I usually don’t post these project on this blog.

The three images below were shot after finishing an environmental portrait work, I had three frames left, so I shot them to complete the roll. The film is Kodak Portra 400 Professional, an amazing film with incredible latitude. Some areas may seem overexposed, but even the Nikon D800E struggled heavily in these light conditions !

I rated the film at ISO 250, but next time I will use the box speed of ISO 400, this film really does not need overexposing like the majority of color negative films.




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