Kodak's Professional T-Max ISO 400 120 film produces deep blue-blacks and a dreamy feel.
When I bought a 5-pack of Kodak Professional T-Max film for my Holga, I hoped to get a new and unusual feel than what came from the Ilford film I usually used. After three rolls, Kodak’s film definitely delivered something vastly different. Photos came out with rich blacks and noticeably more values of grays, blacks, and whites. Instead of a grayish black, the blacks were a deep bluish hue that contrasted against the whites. Even with double exposures, the darkest blacks remained rich and did not wash out. Since I am always looking for ways to experiment with my Holga camera, this Kodak film has produced exciting results. I recommend this film if you are aiming for richly contrasted photographs.
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