Slightly warmer negative

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Quinten, Feb 16, 2006.

  1. Quinten

    Quinten Member

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    I've been shooting some kodak E100 GX transparacies and the results in colour look much better than just adding a filter (like 81A) to the E100 G version of the film.

    Now I am wondering about some negative films that are warmer than just daylight balance. Is there such a thing?

    cheers!
    Quinten
     
  2. Ed_Davor

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    Potra 160VC has brownish shadows if that helps
     
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    Portra 400VC is one of my favourites for when things are overcast. I have been using that lately for some urban landscapes. Good saturated colours which you can always boost a bit with your filtering on the enlarger.