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Developing Adventures – Lomography Berlin Kino 400

When I first started shooting film again, a nice guy that works for Lomography sent me a box of Lomography films and cameras he wasn't planning on using. One of which was Lomography Berlin Kino 400. I put the films in the fridge, because he said they may be expired, and I forgot about a… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Lomography Berlin Kino 400

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Developing Adventures – Arista EDU 400

On this developing adventure, I've shot a roll of Arista EDU 400 at box speed. Previously, I have shot Arista EDU 200 and liked my results, so I thought I would try this one. It is a very affordable film stock, therefore it is perfect to test in my quest to find an everyday film… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Arista EDU 400

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Developing Adventures – Bergger Pancro 400

In this Developing Adventure, I shot and developed my first roll of Bergger Pancro 400. I see my friend Bill Smith shooting with it often on his photo blog and really like the look. It almost has the same classic television look of Double X. If you read my article on Eastmans Double X film… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Bergger Pancro 400

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Developing Adventures- Pushing AgfaPhoto APX 400 to 800

Agfa 1913 ADAgfa 1942 AD "AgfaPhoto's APX 400 Professional Black and White Negative Film is a high speed black and white film... The film exhibits a high nominal sensitivity of ISO 400/27° and can effectively be pushed to ISO 1600/33° for use in low-light conditions and with fast-moving subjects... The film also responds to push and… Continue reading Developing Adventures- Pushing AgfaPhoto APX 400 to 800

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Developing Adventures – My First Roll of Arista EDU Ultra 200 Film

In my developing adventures, I have been trying to find an affordable black and white film stock to push for indoor use. I've recently found Arista EDU Ultra film. It is a very affordable stock with the 200 ISO roll being only $4.99 and the 400 ISO roll $4.89. In this article, I will be… Continue reading Developing Adventures – My First Roll of Arista EDU Ultra 200 Film

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Developing Adventures – A Roll of Eastman Kodak Double X 5222

Eastman Kodak Double X film is a 1960's Kodak Motion Picture film that Cinestill has loaded into cartridges and rebranded with their name on the cassette. I had read many great reviews about this film and I love the classic film look of it. If James Bond was shot with this film then I had… Continue reading Developing Adventures – A Roll of Eastman Kodak Double X 5222

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 3200

In todays Developing Adventure, I wanted to talk about pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 3200. I liked my results at 1600, and was afraid pushing it further would introduce more grain and contrast than I like in my work. In some instances it was very much like Ilford Delta 3200 for obvious reasons. You can… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 3200

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Developing Adventures – My First Time Shooting Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 II Film

The original Acros film was discontinued in 2018 and it seemed to be mourned by film shooters around the world, which actually didn't go ignored by Fuji for long. I bought 4 rolls of Fuji's new release of its Professional Neopan Acros 100 II film back when it first came out in Spring 2020. I… Continue reading Developing Adventures – My First Time Shooting Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 II Film

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 1600

In my last Developing Adventure, I talked about pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 800 and explained that it is a film stock manufactured by Ilford as a more affordable alternative to their HP5 400 Plus film, which is usually my go-to black and white film. (To catch up on my past developing adventures click here)… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 1600

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Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 800

In continuing my quest with pushing and pulling different black and white films, I have started to explore the more affordable film stocks for this endeavor as Jeremy Zorns on Facebook recommended. I don't know why I didn't even think to do that, but that's why I love this community because I tend to be… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kentmere Pan 400 to 800