Ilford FP4 Plus - ISO125 - Expiry date May 2017
Good black and white film which is easy to use and will still give you results if you get your exposure or development a little bit wrong. I think it gives great contrast and some of my photos have a ghostly glow to them which I struggle to re-create digitally.
Easy to develop in standard Ilford B&W chemicals
|Warehouse in Bolton |
- Taken using Canon EOS 50e with Ilford PF4 Plus
Kodak Gold - ISO200 - Expiry date Feb 2014
Gives good results if used carefully. The colours are very faithful but you notice that it's not as flexible as the Ilford FP4 when you scan the images in, so you need to be more careful with exposure and development.
Fairly straight forward to develop in Tetenal Colortec C-41
|Olympic postbox in Manchester|
- Taken with Blackbird Fly
Fujicolor HR Disc - ISO - Expiry date Jan 1993
For such old stock it hold up well and gives good results. As with all Disc film the results have a lot of grain and the images are generally poor. Develops ok in Tenenal Colortec C-41 following the standard procedure, but my first film had a blue finish which disappeared after an hour. The developed negative disc doesn't look as good as an original lab processed one from the 80's, but the results scan digitally the same.
|Brandon at home|
- Taken with Boots 415 Disc camera