Kodak T-Max 400


Sharp, fine grain film with an ISO of 400 but the capability of a much faster film. I shot photos in a low light setting in downtown Philadelphia and Kodak T-Max film yielded me some amazing results.

Usually, the only black and white film I use is Ilford HP5, but I was out taking pictures in Philadelphia at night and ran out of film and simply was not ready to stop taking pictures. I went to Ritz Camera and a nice old man sold me the only black and white film they had, Kodak T-Max. I Shot a roll with my Holga and when I developed the photos myself I was impressed.

The grain quality was very fine and the images were crystal clear. I have shot hundreds of rolls of different Ilford films including: Delta, HP5, and HP4 , but I was most satisfied with the quality of the Kodak T-Max prints.

written by aprilrich427 on 2011-06-10 #gear #film #review #grain #400 #t-max #b-w #lomography #kodak #user-review #requested #b-w-film


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  1. droogieboy
    droogieboy ·

    Where did you get these photos devleoped? Normally T-Max is wonderful for high contrast shots, but I'm not seeing that here. Did only a few shots come out OK ?

  2. aprilrich427
    aprilrich427 ·

    I developed and printed these myself

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