Kodak Portra 160


5 Frames... Of Chess at Vilnius University's FTMC on Kodak Portra 160 (35mm Format : EI 200 : Nikon F3 + Nikon Nikkor 50mm f:1.8 AI) - by Arutis

5 Frames… Of Chess at Vilnius University’s FTMC on Kodak Portra 160 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Nikon F3 + Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI) – by Arutis

5 Frames… Of Chess at Vilnius University’s FTMC on Kodak Portra 160 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Nikon F3 + Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 …

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35mm Kodak Portra 160

5 Frames… Of Mountain biking in the Valtellinesi Alps on Kodak Portra 160 (Canon A-1 and Canon FD 50mm f/1.8) – by Ulysse Daessle

Autumn is always a great time of the year up there in the mountains. You can be pretty sure to find great colors and different …

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My Kodak Brownie Flash IV, Cliff McMahon-Docherty

5 Frames… Over 8 months on a Kodak Brownie Flash IV with respooled Kodak Portra 160 (620 Format / EI 160) – by Cliff McMahon-Docherty

This ‘five frames’ might more properly be called ‘eight frames’ because it was inspired by an idea in the autumn of 2019 to dig out …

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5 Frames... Of double exposure on Kodak Portra 160 (35mm Format / EI 160 / Minolta SRT 101 + MC Rokkor 35mm f/2.8) - by Nick Rees

5 Frames… Of double exposures on Kodak Portra 160 (35mm Format / EI 160 / Minolta SRT 101 + MC W.Rokkor 35mm f/2.8) – by Nick Rees

When it comes to double exposure photography, I’ve never really seemed to get it quite right. Whether that is by not underexposing enough or just …

Read more5 Frames… Of double exposures on Kodak Portra 160 (35mm Format / EI 160 / Minolta SRT 101 + MC W.Rokkor 35mm f/2.8) – by Nick Rees

Agfa Record III

5 Frames… Of a gradually re-opened Bangkok on an Agfa Record III (120 Format / EI 160 / Kodak Portra 160) – by Graham Rogers

I am not particularly a fan of color film, although I take many color photographs with my DSLR.  When I had my first cameras as …

Read more5 Frames… Of a gradually re-opened Bangkok on an Agfa Record III (120 Format / EI 160 / Kodak Portra 160) – by Graham Rogers

Cover: Croatian views and colour tones on a Hasselblad 500C-M and Kodak Portra 160

Croatian views and colour tones on a Hasselblad 500C/M and Kodak Portra 160

No matter where I’m heading travel-wise, I always make a point of doing some sort of online recce before I depart. I think It gives …

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My Minolta Autocord RG1, Finlay Dalziel

5 Frames… Of medium format on a budget (Kodak Portra 160 / 120 Format / EI 160 / Minolta Autocord RG1) – by Finlay Dalziel

I, like many of you here, suffer chronic GAS. It remains true that a great picture comes from the photographer, not the camera, but there …

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Costco Home 400 - San Francisco, CA

EMULSIVE interview #217: I am Nat Meier and this is why I shoot film

I’m so pleased to be able to bring you today’s fresh film photographer interview with none other than Nat Meier. If you’ve spent any time …

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Essay: It's all been done before so why bother taking photographs

Essay: It’s all been done before so why bother taking photographs?

I’m constantly getting back to this thought and feel it’s about time to share something with you that comes very close to my inner monologue. …

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Ejatu - INDODA

EMULSIVE interview #214: I am Ejatu Shaw and this is why I shoot film

I first came across today’s interviewee back in December 2019 after she posted a video messing around with Kodak Gold in Barcelona. Thanks to that …

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My year on film: A 2019 retrospective or, my not-a-365-project

My year on film in 115 photos: A 2019 retrospective or, my not-a-365-project

What follows is my 2019 in film photography, a 365 photography project that was absolutely not a 365 project. In this article, I share the …

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Camera review: 14 years with the invisible Nikon FM3a

Camera review: 14 years with the “invisible” Nikon FM3a

In January 2006, after 5 or so years of film photography with a combination of cheaper cameras (e.g., a Minolta SRT-101, a Fed-3 and an …

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And then there was one - Shot on Kodak Portra 160 at EI 160. Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6.

Photography: And then there was one – Shot on Kodak Portra 160 at EI 160 (120 format)

And then there was one Shot on Kodak Portra 160 at EI 160Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6 Hasselblad 2000FCW / Carl Zeiss Planar …

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EMULSIVE interview #207: I am George Quiroga and this is why I shoot film

Up for this week’s fresh EMULSIVE interview slot is George Quiroga who has been out there catching light for over 50 years — above ground …

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Rainbow Lifeguard Tower, Venice, California. Leica M3, Kodak Portra 160

EMULSIVE Interview #206: I am Amol Parikh and this is why I shoot film

Split between continents and cultures, today’s fresh interviewee Amol Parikh takes us on a trip into his photographic story, from the US East Coast to …

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Travelling with film: my Sri Lankan travelogue

Travelling with film: My Sri Lankan travelogue

I suspect it’s a common dilemma, you’ve booked a holiday with your partner (and or family/friends) and there’s no doubt the destination was influenced by potential photographic opportunities. How on earth are you going to balance wanting to take lots of photos with what other people want to do?!