My usual goto B&W film stock is ILFORD HP5 PLUS, which I shoot at box speed up to EI 3200 quite regularly. I love to try out other B&W films and compare them to HP5 PLUS so when Lomography announced Berlin Kino 400 I immediately bought some with the intention of shooting each at different […]
Author Archives: Tim Dobbs
I'm Tim and a Printer by trade but have had a lifelong love of photography. I have been taking photographs for over 30 years and fun, informal portraits are my passion. I have a varied portfolio and I am open to any commissions and willing to travel. You can also track my 52 rolls project progress here: https://52rolls.net/author/timdobbsphotography/
5 Frames… With ILFORD HP5 PLUS (EI 3200 / 35mm format / Nikon F100)
My go to black and white film has always been ILFORD HP5 PLUS for its excellent versatility, I love the grain I get especially when pushing it.
5 Frames… With Lomography Color Negative 400 (EI 400 / 35mm format / Olympus OM-2S) -by Tim Dobbs
My favourite colour negative film is Fuji Reala 100 which was discontinued quite a few years ago (thanks a lot Fuji).
5 Frames… With Fuji Reala 100 (EI 100 / 120 format / Mamiya 645 1000S)
Anyone who has seen my blog, or followed me on Twitter will know that I love to shoot a wide variety of film stocks either fresh or expired.
Camera review: Mamiya 645 1000S
The Mamiya 645 1000S was not my first medium format camera.
How to make and experiment with homemade redscale film
This article covers making and experimenting with redscale film at home.