Can you push Portra 800?

October 20, 2020 Off By idswater

Can you push Portra 800?

The Portra 800 has been shot at 3200, so it’s really been pushed. The Fuji 400 has a softer look with some contrast and grain building in the background. The Portra 400 is definitely a sharper, stronger contrast.

Is Portra 400 or 800 better?

Portra 800 is very similar to Portra 400 but with more noticeable grain and slightly more contrast. It has warm tones, very good exposure latitude, and while its grain is more noticeable it’s still very pleasant looking. Its higher iso makes it ideal for lower light shooting.

Should I push Portra?

When it comes pushing up to 3 stops we mostly recommend B&W film. Portra 400 +1 Portra 400 pushed 1 stop will add some contrast, some slight color shifts, and if you meter correctly the grain shouldn’t be that much more noticeable than when shot at box speed.

Should I pull Portra 400?

Portra 400 +1 Portra 400 pushed 1 stop will add some contrast, some slight color shifts, and if you meter correctly the grain shouldn’t be that much more noticeable than when shot at box speed. [Pull -1] Pulling color negative film will mute the colors, take away contrast, and increase shadow detail.

What’s the difference between 400 and 800 film?

A 400 speed film needs half the light as a 200 speed film. An 800 speed film needs half the light of a 400 speed film. The benefits is that, with a faster film, you can use a faster shutter speed or a smaller aperture to get a correct exposure.

Can a Portra 400 be shot one stop?

I recently wrote about shooting my first roll of Portra 400, which I had shot at EI 800 and pushed a stop. There were a few commenters who seemed surprised at the results of pushing this film one stop, which surprised me as I have always had great results from both naturally underexposing film, and chemically pushing after shooting.

Can a Kodak Portra 400 be pushed to 1600?

As long as exposure is close and light is used appropriately images will come through as the photographer intended. Thanks for taking the time to read my thoughts on pushing Portra 400 to 1600!

How big is a Yashica T4 compared to an Olympus?

Yashica T4: 118 x 64.5 x 39.5 mm (4.6” x 2.5” x 1.6”) Olympus AF-10 Super: 116.5 x 63 x 46 mm (4.6” x 2.5” x 1.8”) Olympus is definitely “fattier” but the difference is not critical

Which is cheaper a Kodak Gold 200 or a Yashica T4?

It has a 35mm f/3.5 lens. It is widely available and cheap (about 15 times cheaper than Yashica T4 if you buy from eBay or you can also find them for peanuts in charity shops, flea markets etc.). I’ve bought a fresh 3-roll package of Kodak Gold 200 and took these two cameras for a walk in Berlin and Potsdam.