Greetings film-shooters! I know it's been a while and it seems like everyone got a lot of stories to tell after a season of feverish shutter clicking we had this past few weeks and for sure by now you've used up all of your celluloid stocks.
Greetings film-shooters! I know it’s been a while and it seems like everyone got a lot of stories to tell after a season of feverish shutter clicking we had this past few weeks and for sure by now you’ve used up all of your celluloid stocks.
Talk about fate beacause this time we want to know and the importance of being coloured and grey…
For the monochrome dramatists:
- Ilford SFX (200iso, 120)
- Ilford SFX (200iso 35mm)
- Ilford HP5 (400iso, 120)
- Ilford HP5 (400iso 35mm)
- Ilford XP-2 (400iso, 120)
- Ilford Deltapro (3200iso 35mm & 120)
For the slide addicts:
- Kodak E100S (100 iso, 35mm)
- Kodak E100SW (100 iso, 35mm)
- Kodak E100G (100 iso, 35mm)
Whichever you are or either way, your personal reviews on any of these films are needed for our Film Class. If you’re done, all full reviews must go here and while you’re on it, some words of caution:keep all your reviews between 100-150 words minimum while for the galleries, please upload not less than 8 shots, JPGs only, either one side of the image – be it width or height – should be at least 768px (the bigger the better), the file size itself should not exceed 3 MB!!!
And as always, a bunch of our purebred piggypoints will be given to those honest and original film reviews. Yum!
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