Warm looks built for portraits.
Portra 160: Subtle and neutral, Portra 160 is a flexible look with medium contrast and low saturation, making it ideal for even daylight portraits with exceptionally smooth skin tones and superb color reproduction.
Portra 400: Versatile and faithful, Portra 400 is a warm-toned film with medium contrast and saturation, making it an extremely flexible look suited for all types of natural light photography.
Portra 800: Balanced and natural, Portra 800 is a medium saturated look with higher contrast suited for natural low light shooting.
How does it work?
Watch a demo video to dive deeper into each look.
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What Our Customers Say
I have a clean and colorful edit in just a few clicks. Even better, I can choose between several different tones depending on the mood. Mastin labs presets have become the base to nearly all of my work.Jessie Wade Nelson
Mastin Labs presets are the best in the industry! It is so freeing using the presets- my editing workflow speed has improved tremendously and I am able to achieve a consistent film look that I love!Carrie Tompkins
My photos no longer look like an amateur took them! Mastin Labs Presets completely changed the end result with very minimal editing skill involved on my part.Jaqui Bartilotta
Outstanding results with great ease of use. My personal favourite is the Portra 400 setting. Colour, tone and grain settings are so film like and importantly, very attractive. I shoot film and have done so for many years now and this is the best preset for creating that ‘look’ . Thank you all at Mastin Labs!
Works so intuitively, looks amazing in a few clicks or gives a solid base to refine, perfect if you shoot Portra film and want to keep consistent across your images.
This is my second order and I love it..... Portra 160,400,800 are kicking. Shooting in the dark Portra 800 worked very good for me... Just small adjustment and you are done.
I have mainly been a film shooter over the years, and when I decided to switch to digital for all of my portraits, I was glad to know that I could grab some Mastin presets to help me get close to the same look I got when shooting Portra. I use the Portra 160, 400, and 800 presets pretty much equally because they all fit in different situations. I find that I have to decrease the contrast a bit every time in order for them to have the natural/realistic look that I like, but besides that I usually don't have to make many adjustments. I LOVE the options for Soft/Hard Shadows and Soft/Hard Highlights. Overall, definitely worth the money!