The Ilford XP2 Super is a sharp, fast, fine grain black and white film. It can be used for any photographic subject but ensures excellent results when there is a wide subject brightness range. It's an outstanding choice for action photography (since it can be pushed/pulled) and low-budget film processing (accepted at most one-hour labs)!
The film yields high contrast negatives and has an extremely wide exposure latitude making it suitable for use in varied lighting conditions. Ilford XP2 Super 400 is easy to process. Unlike most B&W films which use traditional processing, XP2 is developed in C41 chemicals alongside color negative films, making it a convenient monochromatic choice.
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Manufacturer:Ilford Photo ISO: 400 (can be pulled/pushed between 50-800 ASA) Exposures: 36 shots Developing: C-41 (most one-hour photo labs) Others: For use with all 35 mm cameras. Also available in 120 format
Last February, Amandine Besacier visited Detroit in stormy weather with our Black and White film Berlin Kino. A Member of the Studio Hans Lucas, the French photographer comes back to that experience in this glacial article.
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BYOF – Bring your own film, is a project started by three film lovers across the US. Po Chi Fung, Susan Adams, and Sasquatch Mansfield are bringing together film photographers from across the world on August 1, 2020. Shoot a roll of your choice on that day, and submit your pictures to be part of a zine!
After a few months of being confined indoors, Alexander Durie packed his bags, his friends, and his LomoChrome Purple for a vacation in the South of France. Lush sceneries turned purple, landscapes worthy of postcards in pink, and blue skies turned turquoise, his escapade looks straight of a paradise island!
With a passion for still and moving image since he was a child growing up in Chicago, it's no wonder Jacob Carlson became a photographer and filmmaker. Now based out of Brooklyn, Jacob has experimented with different cameras and photographic medium, so who better to try the new Hydrochrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera!
For Podcast co-host and Youtuber Chris B, the LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back was the perfect get way back into large format photography. Although intimidated by large-format cameras at first, Chris tamed this fear and with experience and practice came to combine her knack for compositions with the magic of large format cameras.
A stalwart of the UK analogue community Anil Mistry talked to us about hosting his analogue photo-walks in Brighton, shooting with the Neptune Convertible Art lens System, and the challenges he has faced in 2020.