NASA’s photographic documentation of their 20th century race to the Moon forms part of one of the most significant historical records of our time. The photographic films and cameras used were arguably the best of their day, so why is it then, that the vast majority of the photographs appear to be of a low […]
Recently I became interested in Kodak Panatomic-X, a legendary film which was originally released in 1933 and discontinued back in 1987. With a beautiful old-school tonality, very fine grain and slow speed at ASA 32, this classic panchromatic black and white film was ultimately replaced by the modern T-grain of Kodak T-MAX 100. Its discontinuation […]
Sub 100 ISO films…
There’s mystique about them; smooth, finely grained, challenging. Something for the true pros and “serious types”.