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.... on the water they have legs ? "

French song * when I was in school a little boy :)

 

Port of Granville in Normandy (France)

Kodak Portra 400 M7 50LA

 

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Henry

 

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Hi Henry,

 

I've been watching your posts with interest for the last few days and I really love the old school look to film, almost wants me to dig out my film cameras, keep it going, thanks.

..."almost wants me to dig out my film cameras"

Yes you can , film is not dead :)

Thank you Gerry for your comment !

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Henry

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Ece , yes I am Mr. Portra :D

This is the film that gives the best color (as picture above) which is closest to reality (the color of sea is emerald green),

what we see, if possible without correction processing software . That's what I call "high fidelity of color" for the picture as

the "high fidelity of sound" with tube amplifiers ! :)

Thanks Ece for looking and commenting. I am glad you like it :)

Regards

Henry

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Hello Henry,

 

Nice photo.

 

How are the oysters?

 

What you are saying about Portra is what made Kodachrome so nice. After you released the shutter the finished photo was right there in your camera.

 

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Michael

Thank you Michael for commenting !

 

Norman oysters are excellent

 

For the film, Kodak Portra is currently one of the best films in color.This is a more faithful color than digital.

 

Michael, look at post n°1273 :

http://www.l-camera-forum.com/leica-forum/other/286747-i-like-film-open-thread-64.html

 

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Henry

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Seeing these wonderful photo taken with film makes me a little sad that I no longer have a film camera. Excellent Henry the color of the sea is breath taking.

Hank

Thank you Hank :). I traveled a lot and the color of the sea varies from place to place.

In South East Asia, is a "true blue" reflecting the blue sky (when it is fine)

In France, the Atlantic Ocean is also blue but lighter

the Channel (where I took this picture) is "emerald green"

Regards

Henry

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