As I mentioned in my last follies post, the Fujifilm Pro-400H was my 2nd to last expired film (read post here). Well, this is the last of my expired film: Kodak’s 400 Tri-X professional black and white film. This is also probably the least aged of my old film, only having expired around late 2013. This film also gave me a (more…)
Just picked up some new ammo to load up on the *ist and F100. Follies to follow!
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Well not really… It’s my corny joke with 3 rolls of 100 ISO film. Anyways, I’m trying to figure out which one to load into my cam in order to take more “snaps!”
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I find it funny that I’m still hunting for my favourite everyday black and white film, but I shouldn’t be surprised – there is so much variety in terms of brands, product lines and film speed to choose from. As you know, I’ve limited my choices to 100 speed film. When I discussed some of my findings with Jon he popped me a question: Why I haven’t tried the Kodak T-Max yet? To be honest, the thought never really crossed my mind.
My hunt for an “everyday” black and white film continued…for the third successive week, I shot blindly around town with a different roll of film not knowing what to expect. This week, Nikki (my Nikon F90x) and I had some fun chewing through a roll of Fujifilm’s Neopan Acros. I had gotten used to handling the AF50/1.8 D lens and decided to use it again – it has become my choice lens for Nikki.
After coming away fresh from Jon’s Ilford PanF 50 challenge, I was itching to find a really nice go-to, everyday, black and white film. Don’t get me wrong – PanF is a great film, but I thought that it needed special handling just because of its lower ISO. Because of this, I wanted my film to have more of an ability handle a “run and gun” shot since I commute to and from work. What can I try out next? Enter Ilford’s Delta 100 film.
As our newest editor stated here, I issued a challenge to him (and myself really) to do a film shoot out. We both have Nikon film cameras that were collecting dust, and we were getting back into the whole film thing.
For a while we’ve shot film here and there since moving on to digital – both of us started photography when digital wasn’t even a thing yet. (I just wanted to get that out of the way so this makes us non-hipsters LoL.) So during one of our Hangout sessions (Google Hangouts – since I’m in NYC and Alvin’s in GTA) (more…)