It was recommended to me to try pushing Ilford Delta 400 next in my quest for a film to shoot handheld indoors at home, so on this installment of Developing Adventures, I have pushed a roll of 120 Ilford Delta 400 to 1600. I developed it in stock Kodak D-76 for a whopping 14 minutes… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 1600
My quest continues. First of all, thank you all for your comments and recommendations on my last few developing adventures. It has been a lot of fun so far experimenting and learning. I started this series as a sort of journal to let people come along with me as I learn. I hope you've enjoyed… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing HP5 400 to 1600
I have written several articles about my experimentation with Kodak T-Max P3200 as part of my goal to find the best film to take everyday photos around my home. I first tried pulling it to 1600 and developing it two different ways. Then I tried shooting it at 3200 with a flash. Each time, hating… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Kodak T-Max P3200 pulled to 800
I wrote an article about pulling Kodak T-Max P3200 to 1600 as part of my quest to find my go-to film for shooting everyday pictures indoors. I was not very happy with my results and I wasn't planning on shooting with this film again, but then I found a few more rolls of it in… Continue reading Kodak T-Max P3200 with a Flash
Fujicolor 100 film, otherwise known as Fujicolor Industrial, is a color film with an ISO of 100. It is used for outdoors mostly and portraits because it is said to be good for skin tones compared to Fuji Superia Xtra for example, which can be very saturated. I didn't get to take any portraits to… Continue reading My First Try with Fujicolor 100
When I had my first camera, I was around 13 years old, and film was getting harder to find as digital made its way to the forefront of the photography game. The only film available (where I live anyway) at that time was Fujicolor Superia Xtra. If I remember correctly, you could get it in… Continue reading My Life in Fujicolor
When I received it I was a little intimidated because I had never shot color positive film before and I had heard that there's not much room for error when it comes to exposing it. So at first I put it away in the refrigerator hoping to try it when I became more experienced
Last week we had a nice cool front come through here in Florida, and since I wait all year long for this weather, I just had to get outside. I went to Tradition, Florida, a small town nearby, to walk around and take some landscape pictures with the new Ilford Ortho Plus 80 film.
I had to take a moment to give some props to this underated and in my opinion, underappreciated film.
I had my first experience with expired film last month and I both liked it and hated it. In fact, I experienced alot of firsts in October. I used my first medium format film in my first medium format camera, a Mamiya 645, and I used my first expired 35mm film in my Canon TX.… Continue reading My First Experience with Expired Film – Fujicolor Super G Plus & Fomapan 100