With film I have shot mainly with slides. So this time I am trying out C41 films. I got my first roll back from the lab - Kodak Portra 400. This is the unedited scan after it was passed thru my Epson V700. Did I managed to overexposed Portra 400 despite it having overexposing characteristics? It was 30mins after sunset with the sun fading behind the buildings and there is a hill there as well. Summer here in New Zealand. The rule I usually use with slides is ISO 100, F8, 10secs. So with Portra that means 2.5 seconds +1EV for the film's latitude and +1EV again for reciprocity. I've now read reciprocity doesn't kick in until 8 seconds for 1 stop correction so I might only needed 1/3 of a stop. Daytime images came out very nice esp for portraiture though. Like to know your views on this Thanks.