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Adox Silvermax 100, Nikon FM, Pushed from 100 to 400

Adox Silvermax 100, Nikon FM, Pushed from 100 to 400

*Bought 3 rolls of these films from Germany. It supposedly has very high silver content, which means it is suitable for push processing. Was taught by this pro(the kind old man with a macbook in this album) that Singapore's monsoon season is best for bw photography. He told me to go try and shoot a few stops higher, then push process, so I can capture the essence of the rain. I was so happy when i received the negatives from him(yes I passed it to him to develop). I used 100asa film, shot at 400 iso. I was exhilarated when I saw my scans! This Adox Silvermax is now my favourite Black and White film. It has such clarity even after pushing 2 stops. Totally love it! My favourite album so far! :D

raylemon Taken by raylemon. These tags describe this photo: sky, clouds, dark, cloudy, rain, season, monsoon, singapore, b&w, bw, white, and, black, 400, iso, 100, stops, 2, push, silvermax, and adox. This photo can also be found in the album Adox Silvermax 100, Nikon FM, Pushed from 100 to 400.


  1. dewitiara


    OMG! The picture is really SO clear! My macro shots are always really blur (even though I thought LC-A could capture clear macro shots)

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  2. raylemon


    I was using a nikon slr...LC-A closest is 0.8m if I am not wrong? anything nearer would be blur...and slr gives me the ability to adjust precise focusing...if you want macro shots using lc-a, need to get the close up lens which I have, but still don;t really know how to use it lol. supposedly need to go near like 2 inches away from the subject with the close up lens! this are the shots using the lca closeup: http://www.lomograph(…)os/16958349
    Still trying to figure out...those 2 are still blur!

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  3. raylemon


    @dewitiara forgot to tag u lol

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