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Nat's been out of the country for about 3 years, which was before I got into photography. So when she came back I had to call her out for a portrait session.
Shot with Mamiya 645 AFD 80mm 2.8 on Kodak Portra 160. I must over exposed by at least 1/3 of a stop her skin shouldn't be shiny like that, it wasn't that way in real life or on digital.

I did 2 shots on my 4x5 but I totally screwed up my exposure. Not only did I forget to account for the bellows factor but I forgot I'd loaded 100ISO provia instead of the 160 Portra, so I was under exposed by over 2 stops. There was no coming back from that lol....ahhh live and learn. I was so excited about shooting a portrait with the 4x5 for the first time I totally messed that up.

This shot was the only saving grace.
ISO 100 = X
ISO 160 = X +2/3 stop.

In reality, portra is not really 160 anyways.
Its easy to push E-6 +0.5 stop.

The highlights in the scan are probably due to the limited dynamic range of the scanner, and that area will have detail in the negative.