Kodak Professional Portra 160 Color Negative 35mm Film - 5 Rolls

4.6 | 12 Reviews

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    To Know:

    When loading Kodak Professional Portra 160, you know that it’s a color negative film; meaning, it should have a decent amount of versatility within various lighting conditions. You’ll have lots of detail shine through highlights and even a fair amount from the shadows, since it’s not quite contrast as others on this list. It does spectacular with skin undertones. Those with green undertones are bound to look neutral, while folks with a more red undertone will look more natural.

    What We Love:

    Colorful Shadows

    There’s something special about Kodak Portra 160’s shadow colorization; red hues and gorgeous undertones.

    Great In Harsh Light

    The lower ISO count makes it perfect for harsh, versatile light.

    Clean Skin Tones

    “Portra” is short for portraits, making clean, proper skin tones always take priority with Kodak.

    The Details:

    Brand: Kodak

    Product Type: Film Stock

    Best For: Photographers needing a colorful alternative to brighter lighting conditions than the Portra 400 or 800.

    KODAK PORTRA 160 - RATING

    COLOR TONES:

    Poor Fair Good Near Perfect

    GRAIN LEVEL:

    None Slight Texture Just enough Pretty hairy

    TEMPERATURE:

    Pretty cool Fairly cool Fairly warm Pretty warm

    BUDGET:

    Around $5 Around $10 Around $15 Around $20

    DYNAMIC RANGE:

    Poor Fair Good Perfect

    Samples taken with the Professional Portra 160, featuring versatility within various lighting conditions

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    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

    Shot on Portra 160 by Janelle Hougland.

    Shot on Portra 160 by Janelle Hougland.

    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

    Shot on Portra 160 by Janelle Hougland.

    Shot on Portra 160 by Janelle Hougland.

    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

    Shot on Portra 160 by Janelle Hougland.

    Shot on Portra 160 by Janelle Hougland.

    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

    Shot on Portra 160 @codymturner

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