Okay back to the Kodak Portra but this time in the 400. I've decided that I don't like 400 film, since my cameras all have pretty fast shutters and my lens all let in a lot of light, 100 film speed is for me and if I need to shoot in super low light conditions than I'd reach for 800 - end rant.
19 keeps 17 fails (36 roll exposure)
Fail Reasons: Not in focus
Things to remember: Portra 400 gave nice predictable shots although I'll admit slightly boring. The fail reason was largely due to doing a lot of backlit shots and using auto focus. I've since learnt to always use manual focus but this was before I had cottoned onto EOS 3's limitations. I don't think I'd be overly eager to purchase this film again. Portra is available in 160/400/800 and I think the 100/800 combo would suit me just fine :)