Kodak Portra, the world's finest grain ISO 400 film, is popular among portrait and fashion photographers. It is valued for its muted tones. I would argue its ideal for shooting just about anything, including landscapes. It's my favorite color film, beating out another Kodak classic, Ektar 100. I hardly notice the grain. These images were shot in farmland north of Seattle. The barn and grain facility are located in Silvana. The flatcar is parked by a cornfield in Stanwood. Old, unused railcars rotate on and off this old set of tracks.
CAMERA MAMIYA 645 PRO FILM KODAK PORTRA 400