Portra 400 – what was once a name that was only known to film photographers has become something recognized by digital photographers as well!

Known for its professional use in the film world, its warm and punchy tones, ease of use, and exposure latitude, the look of Kodak Portra 400 has slowly made its way into the digital front in the form of digital presets.

So, you’ve shot some photos on your digital camera but don’t know where to even begin when it comes to getting the Portra 400 look? Whether you’re shooting landscapes, portraits, cities, or anything in between, we’ve got you covered with these Kodak Portra 400 Lightroom presets and filters!

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FCP’s Kodak Portra Film Stock Presets

Kicking it off with the most extensive preset pack, FCP’s Portra pack of Lightroom presets also comes with a bonus line of film presets from familiar names like Fuji and Ilford.

FCP’s Kodak Portra film presets appear to be the most representative of the Portra look – tones, shadows, highlights, and all. Another added bonus is their addition of matte overlays, which helps emulate the look of expired film with its faded look. Besides Portra’s 400 speed, it also includes the lower 160 and higher 800 speed looks too!

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FCP’s Kodak Portra Film Lightroom Presets

Kodak Portra 400 Presets by Ryan Porter

Ryan Porter’s approach to a Portra 400 Preset accommodates photos of all kinds, from street photos, to landscapes, nature, and portraits. His package also includes adjustments to cool or warm your photo’s tones – along with an optional grain preset if you like the grittier look of Portra 800 more.

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Kodak Portra 400 Presets for Lightroom

Vintrochrome™ 5.0 | Film Emulation

The Vintochrome 5.0 Film Emulation Lightroom Preset pack does just that: emulates the look of film onto your digital RAW images!

This pack from HQ Lightroom Presets packs a wide array of presets emulating the most popular of Fuji stocks, as well as Kodak stocks – including, of course, Portra 400. Scrolling through the demo before/after images will show you that this pack is perfectly crafted to suit all needs between portraits, landscapes, skin tones, and the tones that the world around you provides. No matter the subject, Vintochrome 5.0’s got you!

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Vintage Film Lightroom Presets

Kodak Portra 400-Inspired Lightroom Presets By JChen

Jason Chen’s Portra 400 preset pack delivers a simple yet unmistakable one-click solution to converting you digital image to a film photo with that Portra look. The blues are pronounced, and the warm yellows and orange hues are refined – what more can you ask for?

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Kodak Portra 400 Film Lightroom Presets

NATE Cam’s E-Chrome Lightroom Presets

Nate’s (of Negative Lab Pro fame) E-Chrome Lightroom pack includes a lot of favorite looks from the Kodak line, as well as a few Fuji ones too! “Perfect Portra” is the specific Kodak Portra preset which will achieve the look you want but don’t shy away from the others like “Extra Golden Kodak” and “Moody Fuji Superia”.

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E-Chrome Lightroom Film Presets

Portra 400 Preset (from Lightroom Presets Bundle)

One of our favorite finds on Etsy comes from Rina Geraldine’s Film Preset pack for Lightroom! Including a wide selection of 40 Lightroom presets, Rina’s preset pack is the most extensive. Besides just the Portra 400 presets, this also includes looks that emulate the looks of Fuji film stocks and Polaroid. Besides that, she offers 12 grain setting presets that lets you adjust the look of grain to your image. Check out Rina’s preset pack on Etsy!

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Vintage Film Lightroom Preset – Portra 400

Which Portra 400 preset is your favorite? Are there any that we’re missing? Let us know in the comments below!

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