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FRANK CHEN

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i am planning to take some in door family pictures in the day and night, anyone can share with me which brand and iso should use for better skin tone??

thank you and have a good day
 

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Actually 400 may not be fast enough for indoor shoots IF you're intending to use available lighting only. (i.e. flash-less photography)

I think you can buy a roll of Fuji Xtra 800 for a try or pay a little bit more ($1 per roll IIRC) to get Fuji Press 800 with finer grain like your ISO200/400 film. Some said that you get better result rating the Press 800 at ISO640. YMMV.
 

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FRANK CHEN said:
i am planning to take some in door family pictures in the day and night, anyone can share with me which brand and iso should use for better skin tone??

thank you and have a good day
If you are going to do portraits etc, I woudl suggest you use Kodak Portra. Very nice skin tone renditions.
 

staz

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ya the fuji 800 is great
 

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