Discussion in 'Film and Processing' started by RaymondC, Jul 8, 2017.
At 74, I am pacing myself ! Aloha, Bill
Only B&W film, B&W for the result (I see it like drawing) and for the fun of translating color into shades of grey, ..and it's easy to process
Fortunately for those of us who continue to use black & white there are some more economical sources of film if Kodak and Ilford are too expensive. I'm not at that point yet, but am testing lower priced films. Ilford FP4+ bulk is still cheap enough to save money over individual rolls, but Tri-X is not. I've tested the Kentmere 100 and find it a very good film and at around 40 USD, a good value. Others in the forum have achieved fine results with Arista films and Ultrafine films as well.
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