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It has been a couple of months since my first post, on Why I Shoot Film, and I thought that now would be a great time to provide an update.
Before I begin this month’s #FindingFilm, I’ll give you advance warning. Go and put the kettle on, make a brew, and settle in. This is going to be a long one. Ah Delta……Delta, Delta, Delta.
Hello again! It’s that time of the month where I check out another type of black and white medium format film.
Welcome to part three of my review of Luckyfilm's NEW SHD 100 black and white negative film, this time describing the film shot at EI 400 and bracketed +/- 1 stop of under and overexposure. Series structure Part
Having shot and experimented with a fair bit of 35mm JCH Streetpan 400 this past year or so, it's no secret that I've been itching to get my hands on it in 120 roll film format since it was
Welcome to the third instalment of my Long Exposure Test series. In this part, I am looking at 5 readily available colour negative films and how adjustment of longer exposure times effects the outcomes.
In my last article, I discussed my adventures with the Lomography Lady Gray 400.
Welcome to part seven of my Bergger Pancro 400 review series.
Welcome to part two of my review of Luckyfilm's NEW SHD 100 black and white negative film.
It's about time to wrap up the part of this series that covers Bergger's 35mm Pancro 400 film with something a bit special: reversal development results. Before you start scratching your head or disappear altogether, allow me a minute or
UPDATE: Scott Micciche has published part one of his extensive FERRANIA P30 tests. A best practices guide showing results from six developers in eight development schemes. This article forms part one of a multi-part review series.
Before I start this entry in the series, just a small disclaimer: Lomography UK very kindly sent me some film to try out for the #FindingFilm series - thanks guys, I really appreciate that.
Lucky Film SHD 100 black and white film was one of a number of versions of colour, black and white, and chromogenic black and white consumer films manufactured by Lucky Group Corporation in Héběi (河北), China. Sadly, the company
If you've been following along, you're probably wondering what happened to part four of this series.
Hello again, EMULSIVE readers.
Welcome to part three of my Bergger Pancro 400 review series, which this time takes the film to EI 1600, while maintaining the +/-1 stop brackets that you've come to know and love. In case you're new to the