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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

Silvana barn, Stanwood barn, Silvana WA, Silvana Wash., Stanwood WA, Stanwood Wash., red barn, Kodak Portra 400 review, Jeff King Photography, Mamiya 645 Pro
Silvana grain, Silvana WA, Silvana Wash., Silvana grain storage, Kodak Portra 400 review, Mamiya 645 Pro, Jeff King Photography
Stanwood railcar, Stanwood railway, Stanwood railroad, Stanwood WA, Stanwood Wash., train boneyard, rusty railcar, Kodak Portra 400 review, Jeff King Photography, Mamiya 645 Pro