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Author: Antonio Lastoria

5 Frames With… Kodak T-MAX 100 (EI 100 / 4×5 / Linhof Technika V) – by Antonio Lastoria

I was recently looking through my film archives and found a number of photographs shot on Kodak T-MAX 100. I used T-MAX 100 when it was first introduced back in 2002 , but for some reason, I got lured away to work with PMK Pyro and ILFORD HP5 PLUS. I think I may have made a hasty decision and not spent enough time to really learn this film, and I hope to revisit this film sometime in the future. T-MAX 100 is known for its extremely fine grain that is nearly invisible. It also has excellent reciprocity characteristics which...

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