Sometime last year a friend at the Lomography Gallery Store here inToronto showed me a strange black & white film called "ORWO TC27 Traffic Control Film". Apparently it's an ISO 400 film from Germany. It's got some decent grain to it and deep dark blacks. Good contrast too. The problem is this: there is only one photolab in the entire city that can process this film. Luckily, it's one I go to regularly for my processing needs (Toronto Image Works).

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9 Comments

  1. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    Great roll! :)

  2. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    the deep dark is so intense, awesome!

  3. kangiha
    kangiha ·

    Great shots, I bought some of this too but haven't used it yet. Did they say what process they have to use to develop it? I wonder if my guy can do it.
    Cheers!

  4. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Love it <3

  5. deepfried_goodness
    deepfried_goodness ·

    @kangiha she did say they had to process it as BW slide film.

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  7. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    '55 Oldsmobile!

  8. troch
    troch ·

    Great album, perfect film for street photos!

  9. bravopires
    bravopires ·

    excellent bw! like v much this image!