If you are looking for the Kodak Portra 400 film recipe for Fujifilm, you have found the right page for an alternative. With the recent photo walk and portrait photoshoot with my X-T4, I am able to create a new custom film recipe for Kodak Portra 400 film recipe.
This might not look the best but I prefer something light and less grainy. Let’s check out more about this Kodak Portra 400 film recipe specially created for X-Trans 4 sensor Fujifilm cameras including the X-T4, X-S10 and etc.
You can find the custom settings after this section and if you don’t know how to store a film recipe, do check out how to store Fujifilm custom settings for your X-Series cameras.
What is so special about this Kodak Portra 400 Film Recipe?
No doubt the Portra 400 is one of the most popular colour-negative films for film photographers and the best street & portrait Fujifilm film recipe.
This super-saturated, ISO 400 colour negative film enables you to take photos in all sorts of lighting conditions while still maintaining accurate colours. Kodak’s Portra films are manufactured by one of the oldest film manufacturers in the world and have been a top choice for professional photographers for decades.
Originally, the Kodak Portra 400 is great for street photography and portraits, this film recipe works great as well. There is weak grain to maintain the still image quality and with a less warm tone. If you shoot the sky during the golden hour or sunny day, you will be able to get the teal tone.
There are also different versions you can find at Fujixweekly. There are also Lightroom presets that you can be applied during post-processing but what we want is to shoot straight out of the camera so we can enjoy the photography experience.
This Portra 400 film recipe is fine-tuned to not be too warm, less grainy and lighter. It looks great and natural for portrait shots that don’t affect the subject face in a yellowish tone.
Kodak Portra 400 Film Recipe Custom Settings
Kodak Portra 400 Sample Images
If you like this Portra 400 film recipe, feel free to save this film recipe and start shooting, see if you like it and share it with your friends. If you are more into expired film recipes, check out the latest Fujicolor C200 Expired film recipe. I have also created a few custom Fujifilm recipes using the Fujifilm X-T4 including the new fashion portrait film recipes – Classy Glow, Urban Chic, Kodachrome Film Classic and many more.
Listed as one of the most popular Fuji recipes, Kodak Portra 400 is one of the hardest to create, and fine-tune and I would like to give my credit to FujiXWeekly for the hard work in creating this amazing recipe.
Happy shooting SOOC!