Film photographers, especially those who develop their own films at home, know all too well the struggles of digitizing their negatives without a film scanner. That's why when Hamish Gill announced that he's developing a tool he called pixl-latr, everyone who ever thought and tried creating digital versions of their film photos took to his Kickstarter campaign to support his project.
The lead image of this blog post features a beautifully scanned negative of Kodak Portra 400. Looks really nice, right? Lots of photographers who get into analog film photography will then go about scanning their images to show them off online.
Years and years ago, Kodak announced something that would ensure for quite a while: Kodak Portra 400. Available in both of the 120, 35mm and large formats the film was and still is incredibly popular with photographers who like shooting portraits.