What is ektar 100 for?
Kodak Ektar 100 Overview: Ektar 100 is a bold and colorful film, perfect for bright sun. It is best rated at box speed and metered for the mid tones. Ektar handles pushing well for some extra bold colors, especially if you are not contending with skin tones.
Is Portra 400 the best?
Portra 400 is one of the most popular color negative films there is—and for good reason. 400 iso is a great in-between – it’s great for our outdoor shooting as well as shooting in lower light and for being a 400 iso film it has a very fine grain that’s barely noticeable when exposed properly.
How many shots does ektar 100 have?
Amazon.com : Kodak Ektar 100 Professional ISO 100, 35mm, 36 Exposures, Color Negative Film : Photographic Film : Electronics.
Why is Portra 400 so expensive?
Their film processing is now slow (they wait for enough rolls to come in usually) and poor and their film prices are high. Their paper and chemicals are often expired. Portra 400 is $5/roll for 120 or $10/roll for 220 at B&H.
Is ektar good for portraits?
If you haven’t already figured it out, Ektar 100 can be a wonderful film for bright and colorful portraits if you stick within the confines of its sweet spots. Box speed, bright, indirect light, and just a tiny bit of overexposure have produced some of my favorite portraits ever.
What is the dynamic range of Ektar 100?
about 10-12 stops
In my experience, Ektar 100 has about 10-12 stops of dynamic range, which is on par with many of today’s pro digital camera sensors. This means that you can shoot a scene with a wide variety of lighting conditions, and have an even exposure across both highlights and shadows.
What should I rate my Portra 400?
Kodak Portra 400 Overview: Kodak Portra 400 is an extremely versatile professional film available in 35mm and 120. It loves light and handles highlights and detail retention extremely well. Rating at ISO 200 and metering for the shadows or midtones will give beautiful, warm colors and natural skin tones.
Which is better Kodak Portra or Kodak EKTAR 100?
Kodak Ektar 100 grain is finer than Kodak Portra and Fuji Pro 400H. Cinestill 50D (Kodak Vision3 50D) is also very fine grain but with it’s own colours.
Which is cheaper Kodak Ektachrome or Fuji Provia 100F?
Fuji Provia 100F is currently slightly cheaper than Kodak Ektachrome E100 (at the time of writing). Kodak Portra 160 seems to be the cheapest option if you want to shoot medium format colour photos. In the past 120 Kodak Ektar was cheaper than Portra 160. 120 Kodak Ektachrome E100 – Kodak are working on it!
Which is sharper 120 Ektar or 35mm?
If 120 Ektar is almost too sharp for medium format portraits then it will also give me sharper 35mm portraits.
How long did it take to get Kodak ektachome E100?
It took me over 6 months to get my first roll of pre-ordered exposed Kodak Ektachome E100 slide film finally lab developed. I’m always stretched for time and the weeks past faster than I realised.