Tag: delta

  • Noir Photography with Ilford Delta Professional

    written by pvalyk on 2012-02-23 in #reviews
    Noir Photography with Ilford Delta Professional

    Looking for a film you can use in low-light conditions? Let me show you how to shoot and hunt into the night with a camera loaded with Ilford Delta 3200 film.

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  • Mokoro Trip in Okavango Delta

    written by tveden on 2009-03-08 in #world #locations
    Mokoro Trip in Okavango Delta

    The Okavango delta is Botswana’s most famous nature reserve, and it has a very rich wildlife, which vary with the seasonal flood of the delta.

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  • Ilford Delta 400: Film God!

    written by bug on 2012-02-15 in #reviews
    Ilford Delta 400: Film God!

    When it comes to photography, and especially film photography, black and white never fails to make a powerful and emotive impression, except when it falls completely flat with an extremely narrow tonal range. A lover of B&W since I first began to dabble in photography, I've experimented with almost every film out there! Yet time after time I find myself coming back to Ilford Delta 400! Now why is this?! Let's see shall we?

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  • Review: Ilford Delta 400

    written by shuttersentinel17 on 2011-08-16 in #reviews
    Review: Ilford Delta 400

    My very first Ilford film -- and boy it's not surprising why are they so highly revered!

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  • Spirit of the Delta

    written by realmustache on 2010-11-29 in #world #locations
    Spirit of the Delta

    Sometimes it is good to get away from the tumultuous nature of city life and spend some time in the country. With not much to anticipate for the day except the opportunity to enjoy being on the open road, I ventured into the California delta to cover its bridges.

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  • Ilford Delta 100: Perfect for My Russian Lenses!

    written by sirio174 on 2013-03-26 in #reviews
    Ilford Delta 100: Perfect for My Russian Lenses!

    I love to take images in black and white, especially for street photography and public events. My preferred film brand is Ilford, and I use mainly the classic FP4+ and HP5+ films. Sometimes, I love to use the fine grain Delta 100, especially when I want to avoid grain, when I need to print in large size (20x30cm or more) and in situation of high contrast.

  • Ilford Delta 400 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    written by halfawakehaiku on 2009-04-07 in #reviews
    Ilford Delta 400 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    Awesome performer in any lighting condition!

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  • Urban Adventures in Little India

    written by sheldon on 2012-06-18 in #world #locations
    Urban Adventures in Little India

    Little India is located at the Northeastern part of Singapore. As the name suggests, it is named after the Indian immigrants who settled in the area during the early years of Singapore. Now, Little India has developed into a place with lots of Tamil cultural elements. I had the chance to step into the land of Little India and began my night of Lomography adventures.

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  • Ilford Delta (120, 100 iso) user-review

    written by weechonghooi on 2008-11-28 in #reviews
    Ilford Delta (120, 100 iso) user-review

    It is not easy to find a good black and white film in my country, especially the 120 ones. However, I am lucky enough to joined a photography exhibition in Kuala Lumpur last month and stumbled upon various shots made with this film and it was love at first sight, so I bought some rolls of Ilfords back home.

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