Victoria's Light

These images were shot with Kodak Portra 800.  I was disappointed overall with the images on this roll, many were underexposed.   I was using a mix of modern (Nikon F6) and old (Nikkor 135 F 2.8 AIS manual lens).  I have only shot a few rolls of this film  The colors are beautiful and I will shoot more of it.  The images were all shot on an overcast and very windy day sprinkled with light rain in Florida, just before social distancing became the norm.

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Nikon F6, Nikkor 135mm F 2.8 AIS

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