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Hello readers, welcome back to another episode of #FindingFilm. This month’s episode is a short one, but something I felt was necessary. Back in Episode 3, I checked out Fomapan for the first time, shooting some Fomapan 200.
Having finished my rolls of ILFORD Delta 100 and 400 Professional for part 12 of this series, I decided to carry on with the Ilford theme, and shoot some HP5, the last of Ilford’s offerings I am yet to try.
Welcome back to my year long series discovering film stocks: finding film. This week’s article takes a slight deviation from the norm, in that I am using a film I have already used before; ILFORD FP4+.
Welcome to part three of my journey with film in 2017. As you read in part one and part two, throughout 2017 I'll be sharing my experiences with different medium format films and developers – all new to me.
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My name is Tom Rayfield, by day I am a secondary school teacher from Norfolk, UK. I am a passionate film shooter, who loves to shoot medium format black and white film photography.
Recently, a number of film companies have issued warnings about new and enhanced scanning technology (CT scanners). As I was travelling through Amsterdam's Schiphol airport recently, I thought I would sacrifice a roll of film to see what the damage looks like.