ISO 6400

Fuji Across 100 at EI400

How to get started with pushing (and pulling) film

We’ve roped the very agreeable Michael Bitaxi into putting together a guest post for us covering everything you need to get started with pushing and pulling film.

It’s a great read for those of you who are thinking about dipping

Passage - Kodak Tri-x 400 shot at ISO6400. Black and white negative film in 35mm format. Push processed 4-stops.

Photography: Passage – Shot on Kodak Tri-X 400 at EI 6400 (35mm)


Shot on Kodak Tri-X 400 at EI 6400
Black and white negative film in 35mm format
Push processed four stops

Read the Kodak Tri-X 400 review here.
…and don’t forget about the Tri-X 400 push processing guide!



Experiments: Kodak Tri-X 400

Shooting Kodak Tri-X 400 from EI 800 to EI 12800 (+ development times)

Covering the results of experimenting with Kodak Tri-X 400, this article picks up from my original Kodak Tri-X 400 review and will show you single-stop pushes from EI 400 all the way up to EI 12800.

Film notes: Kodak Tri-X 400 (400TX)

Another quick reference guide for you all.  This time it’s Kodak Tri-X 400.  As this article proved, Tri-X 400 is is the best film black and white film in the world…if you want a certain look.

Cover - Kodak Tri-X 400 review

Film stock review: Kodak TRI-X 400 black and white negative film in 35mm and 120 formats

Kodak TRI-X 400 is the film you want if you’re looking for a consistently flexible film that’s reliable in all kinds of conditions and to be fair, if you’re reading this, you’re probably already shooting it.