Snow on Portra 160

Due to it´s latitude and color reproduction Kodak Portra 400 is my favorite color negative film. I love it so much that I have to force myself to shoot anything else. Since we finally starts getting brighter days here in Norway I decided to give Kodak Portra 160 a go again. Last time I used it was in Iceland and I was happy about the result. The colors of Kodak Portra 160 is slightly dimmed and less saturated compared to Kodak Portra 400 and I was excited to see how it would handle snow. 


All photos are taken with Hasselblad 501cm + Carl Zeiss Planar T* 2.8/80 on Kodak Portra 160. Films are developed & scanned by Richard Photo Lab.


Normally I wake a bit earlier than my two girls, so I started the day with a little stroll. Location is (again...) in the area of our family cabin in Telemark, Norway. 

I went back to the cabin, put on Ben Howard´s latest and sipped coffee while waiting for my girls. A quiet and peaceful time for myself is not to be despised.

After breakfast, I looked out the window and was eager to get out again. We were ready for skiing.