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Author: Christopher Schmidtke

Film review: Rollei Infrared 400 – 120 format

I’ve been an avid film shooter for a couple of years now and I absolutely LOVE the recent revival of the whole industry. Virtually every couple of months a new film stock emerges and enables us to further explore our own photographic vision. While I find that fascinating I still tend to stick to only a few films I know very well like Kodak Tri-X, ILFORD FP4 PLUS and ADOX Silvermax. A couple of months ago I saw some photographs online that were done on infrared film and said to myself that it was time to shake things up...

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Film review: ADOX SILVERMAX 100 black and white negative film – 35mm – by Christopher Schmidtke

First of all a disclaimer; I am not affiliated with ADOX, nobody paid me to write this and I’m just doing this review because I think it might be of interest to some people. Here goes. What I like about analog photography is the fact that there are countless old and new cameras available to choose from; and each enables you to capture the world in a slightly different way. It takes time to get used to a new camera, even if you’re simply adding another in the same format as you’ve already been using. Additionally there so many...

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