Friday, April 3, 2015

Fujicolor Pro 160 vs Kodak Professional Portra 160 Color in Portrait Photography

Fujicolor Pro 160 and Kodak Professional Portra 160 Color are two of the most desirable films that most of analogue photographers want to shoot with. There are many discussions, and debates around which film of these two above that the portrait is better. The answer is: no one is better. Each film has its advantages depending on users' feelings.

For more understanding about Fujicolor Pro 160 and Kodak Professional Portra 160 Color in portrait photography, here are 10 portrait photos for each of them.

_ 10 portrait photographs shot with Fujicolor Pro 160:

Untitled by Paolo Ippolito

img281 by petevideos

Untitled by buiu

ten years later by Lucaebbasta

Lisa-Marie by davidivjak

Elisa - Again.... by p-lux

Untitled by Julien Chambon

..un soffio di letizia… by Francesco Luciani photography

Terra by Kiran Bhat.

by the window 2010 by damak

_ 10 portrait photographs shot with Kodak Professional Portra 160 Color:

September (2) by po-pad

Alena by Yura Kuznetsov

Marina by Luis Fornero

warmed by ploafmaster

Mamiya RZ67 + Kodak Portra 160 by reinaldo.tomasi

Tanya by newmandrew_online

Untitled by patrickjoust

Nikon F5 | AF Nikkor 50mm 1.4D | kodak portra 160 | 2014 by Matt Edmondson Artwork

Untitled by m. wriston

Lauren Randolph by laurenlemon

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5 comments :

  1. Fujicolor Pro 160 makes everything look like it's a still from a motion picture, while Portra 160 makes everything look like it was shot in southern California :v

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  2. While both look great, I'm preferring the Porta's color tones a bit more.

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  3. http://ih0.redbubble.net/image.48577707.4037/flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3.jpg

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  4. Honestly, if these had been shuffled, and shown with numbers only, I doubt if many, if any, could get 20 out of 20 correct, saying which was which. So much has to do with the lighting, and even the lenses. What it amounts to is that both are superb films, capable of rendering beautifully in a variety of situations.

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