Up for a little experimentation on black and white? Why don’t you try shooting with the Adox Silvermax!
The *Adox Silvermax* might seem like your usual black and white film, but it really isn’t. For one, it boasts of a high silver content which gives photographs deep shadows and extreme fine grains – something that no other emulsion can do. Another awesome thing is that once you’re done shooting with it, you can head straight to your darkroom and develop it on your own using various developers!
Check out this small gallery of sample photographs taken by our fellow lomographers using the Adox Silvermax!
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