When it comes to color negative film, Pro400H, has the best exposure latitude meaning that it can be over exposed often up 3 stops without blowing out the highlights. This film is known for its cooler look with beautiful magenta and green tones. It’s great for portraiture and one of the most commonly used films to photograph weddings. It has mild contrast, fine grain, and very low satiation.
FUJIFILM Pro400H - Film Review
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Love it. Better than Portra 400 for me.
Skin tones are spot on. Everything looks natural. I haven’t had that luck with Portra.
Great for outdoor scenes
Really lovely film to work with when there are lots of blues and greens. Skin tones can be problematic though. Overall a nice film with a desaturated palette.
my all time favourite...
I just love this film, especially in 120. From the 1st day I shot this. Love the overall color and “tonality”, skin-tones are beautiful, latitude is amazing, grain is nice … very happy every time I shoot it. So for someone that does not like the “warm” look and Saturation of Porta this is the Film to get. Sadly it’s a bit harder to get (in Germany) and also a bit pricy, still i’ll always choose this film for all of my Color-Projects, especially in 120
why does this film have zero stars? It is amazing
This is an amazing film, beautiful pastel skin tones, nice greens and browns. Looks great overexposed. Nice grain! What more can you ask for? A lovely alternative to portra👍