Kodak Portra 800

When we hear of the range portra we instantly associate portraits and daylight photography with vibrant colors. It is a very complete range and the most used in the market. It was his popularity that led me to experiment. I bought the Portra 800 thinking about the light conditions I would have. I needed some…

Kodak Gold 200 vs Fuji C200 with a classic twist

When we decided to buy these two films the initial idea would be to compare them. Two films with similar characteristics and monetarily accessible. The reason these two have left the box is related to an invitation to participate in a classic car race at the Lisbon racetrack. I took a Renault 4L without major…

1st time with Konica

Continuing our tour through Guimarães, and taking advantage of the fact that we have brought almost all of our analog photographic equipment, we decided to take the first time with our Konica. I bough for € 80 and it seemed like the right time to test it. I decided to use the Cinestill 50, also…

Portraits with Lomo

This is a medium format roll. Lomography, in addition to its own 35 mm film, also has the same but in medium format. 110mm or 120mm, designed for lomographic cameras. If the aim is to try medium format without spending much money and just to test any camera, these are a good chance, since its…

Behind Scenes – Color Implosion

Adox Color Implosion is the real name of this modified color film. Photographed at ISO 100, we get more neutral shades with a little blue shift. Photographed at ISO 400 we get red shades. It’s a film with a grain quite visible, despite being ISO 100. You can count on it. I leave you some…

Walking with Silvermax

Silvermax became (for now) one of my favorite film (speaking in black and white). That black-and-white film contrasted to the “dark” style with a scale reduced to gray and black, is called Adox Silvermax. The grain is fine (ISO 100) and the detail is notorious. But for me the beauty is in the shadows that…

Andorra Snow Week | CFP Double X

It was perhaps on the second time when I made an order of a few film rolls with my sister when I noticed this film from Camera Film Photo. It got my attention by the fact that it was basically a negative that was used in black and white cinema (this in particular is based…