I have spent so much time trying to get B&W photos that look good, that I was not prepared for an interesting objection raised by a family member. In viewing photos of my daughter it was noted that she doesn't look "real" in pictures shot with HP5 film. This is to say that she doesn't look as she does in real life, or simply, she doesn't look like herself. In other words, she looks like somebody else. Upon reviewing my old shots, I find this to be particularly true of the Ilford films. This doesn't mean that the photos are not realistic, because FP4 in Perceptol produced some very realistic photos, but they too don't look true to reality. Only the Agfa APX films seem to produce a true-to-life rendering of my child. Any thoughts on this?