I am new to the world of color printing and am looking to create a series of large portraits using an old Rolleicord. The lens, however, is uncoated and shows some signs of fungus, which I am sure reduces contrast to some degree. I have taken at look at Kodak's line of Portra films and both the 160NC and 160VC films seem to have the color saturation of a corpse. Unless there is more to these films than the sample images indicate, skin tones look great but everything else is just dead. Instead, I have been considering Fujicolor Pro 160C, which seems to have the color saturation I am looking for as well as the added contrast I'm thinking I will need. From what I have read here and elsewhere, I should use the same brand paper as film in order to ensure best results, correct? My only concern, however, is that Fujicolor Crystal Archive Pro Super Type C is described as being "high contrast" and I am worried that a film like 160C could end up being too contrasty. What combination would be best? Would a paper like Ultra Endura help to raise the saturation of Kodak film? Any other advice would be greatly appreciated.