This is your last chance to pre-order your Petzval Lens and get the special aperture plates included for free! With estimated delivery in August (or even sooner), don’t miss out on securing your picture perfect portrait lens!

Have an account? Login | New to Lomography? Register | Lab | Current Site:

Lomography Earl Grey B&W 100

This small review is devoted to Lomography Earl Grey B&W 100

I was taking photos using different black-and-white films, on modern ones and not very. I had some experience with Lomography B&W 100 and, if I’m not mistaken, it was changed to Earl Grey and “Lady Grey”http://eur.shop.lomography.com/films/lomography-film/lomography-35mm/lady-grey-400-35mm-pack-of-3 . I haven’t got acquainted with Lady Grey yet, but I think that soon I’ll make up for lost time.

The film pleased me very much. In my opinion, Earl Grey is the worthy competitor for famous brand-names, such as Kodak and Ilford. A little bit of granularity, the perfect contrast. There are no problems with development. The film is not very thick, it easily gets into the two-spiral Soviet tank.

The period of time, which is spent on dipping the film into developer, is on this great site . There are almost all the films and developers on this resource. I developed the film in D-76 (Albom №1 ) and in Rodinal 1+50 (Albom №2 and Albom №3 ).

I decided not to experiment with time and temperature. I changed nothing and I didn’t add anything.

I finished shooting all three films on Canon EOS + some old objectives. ISO was by nominal.

written by fish300 and translated by fish300

1 comment

  1. schlogoat

    schlogoat

    Do you have any experience developing the 120 version?

    over 1 year ago · report as spam

Read this article in another language

The original version of this article is written in: Русский. It is also available in: Português, 中文(繁體版) & 中文(繁體版).