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    New Kodak Portra 400 pushed to 3200 in 35mm. Wanna see?

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/phloodp...7626086079045/

    I set the camera to ISO 3200 and had Richard Photo Lab push it three stops. I was pretty amazed at the results! It seems that you really need to avoid underexposure though, or it gets foggy and grainy.

    Any suggestions on improvement?

    I am shooting a roll right now at 2400, and will still ask them to push three. Does that make sense if I am trying to keep grain down?

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    Looks great is this 35mm?

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    "New Kodak Portra 400 pushed to 3200 in 35mm"
    I'd guess so...

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    I've seen shots in medium format with this film pushed 3 stops looked great; probably could push one more and get acceptable results. I think this new Portra is a winner. I'm gonna try 4x5 and push 4 stops :-)

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    Looks good!

    Of course in 120 the grain would look smaller... but for action shooting 35mm is hard to beat.
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    What I like even better than the film's performance is that you're shooting PJ on FILM.

    Bravo.

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    This is the only color film that i shoot right now. It is normally pushed to 1600 and 3200 for me and works wonders.

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    More discussion and results here, too:

    http://figitalrevolution.com/2011/02...41-scan-hybri/

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    Those are impressive results. The grain is quite large and prominent, but overall the photos themselves look fairly good. Maybe a bit dim in some of them, but not bad at all.
    -Markster

    Canon AE-1P 35mm | 50mm/f1.8 FDn | 28mm/2.8 FD | 70-200mm/f4-5 FD | 35-70mm/F2.8-3.5 Sigma FD

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