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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6 Comments

  1. cosettex
    cosettex ·

    wow, this looks like a wonderful film!

  2. deepfried_goodness
    deepfried_goodness ·

    @cosettex Unfortunately, the Lomo store here is all sold out. If they get more in, I'll certainly get some more.

  3. cosettex
    cosettex ·

    @deepfried_goodness it's and infrared film, isn't it?

  4. deepfried_goodness
    deepfried_goodness ·

    @cosettex No. It's normal BW, not IR.

  5. bravopires
    bravopires ·

    Excell!

  6. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge ·

    very cool effect!