It's a very nice landscape film, and would be OK for portraiture in subdued light. The contrast and saturation are relatively high compared to most color neg films. In overcast situations it's important to
use a warming filter like an 81A. It's not artificially warmed like traditional color neg portrait films.
Shadows under a deep blue sky will actually look blue (because they are!) - so you would need to filter
for this kind of situation too. You need to do this when the film is exposed. There is only so much post-
correction you can do (don't believe everything the Fauxtoshop geeks tell you!).