Cinematic Still Photography with the Kodak T-Max 400 (120)

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It's the perfect time to upgrade your art photography skills. The Kodak T-Max 400 (120) is a panchromatic black and white film,known as the sharpest and smoothest black-and-white film stock in the world. It's the champion of the high-speed, and a versatile film in almost any lighting conditions and subject movement, as if stills from a classic movie scene.

Now imagine those portraits, landscapes, and your other shots in high quality 120 -- this film is every professional's favorite. Here's some of our Lomographers' photographs taken with the T-Max 400.

High-end portraiture

Credits: fivedayforecast, fogsound & mephisto19

Artistic formation

Credits: dogma, zorki, kimdille & maximum_b

Glossy cinematic stills

Credits: dogma, zorki, xsara & noelmarie

Moving images

Credits: xsara, grahamjw, nkay & mikailus

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-03-26 #gear #tutorials #medium-format #kodak-t-max #120-film #medium-format-photography #kodak-t-max-400-120

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One Comment

  1. honeygrahams224
    honeygrahams224 ·

    One of the best, if not THE best black and white films. I do prefer Kodak 100 personally, because I am a sucker for ultra fine-grain images.

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