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JCH Street Pan 400

An alternative for Black and White Film Shooters? I am always so excited whenever there is new film launched in the market, so I picked few rolls of JCH Street Pan 400 out of curiosity. I pre-assumed that this film is just a normal black and white film with high contrast and little details. But after the film was developed by lab. I was happy with the result and decided to try few rolls more. I spoke to the lab […]

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AgfaPhoto Vista Plus 400

Name: AgfaPhoto Vista Plus ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Sensitive to red colour, saturation is high   Brief Summary ISO 400 is the perfect box speed to shoot under different conditions. Since my beloved Kodak Super Gold 400 has already been discontinued. I need to find a replacement for it. I tried Kodak Portra 400 but we didn’t really work out. I always have the impression that the Agfa Vista 400 is cheap with low quality reflected on […]

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Kentmere 400

Ilford B&W negative alternative? Ilford film is pricy but with high quality. If you are looking for low-budgeted film that allows you to shoot more extensively, Kentmere is the best option for you to take some nice black and white photos. It is cheap, reliable and has the “Classical” grey tone. This film only available in 135 format. It would be great if it has medium format too. Name: Kentmere ISO: 400 Film type: Black and white Character: Broad tonal range, fine grain and […]

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Ilford Delta Professional 400

Ilford Delta 400 Name: Ilford Delta Professional ISO: 400 Film type: Black and white Character: Fine grain, high sharpness with medium contrast Difference between Delta 400 and HP5+ Ilford Delta 400 is a high-speed black and white film which has a modern emulsion (tabular-grain film) that can result with finer grain but with less latitude. I would say its tone belongs to the modern days while Ilford HP5+ belongs to the past with more grain and tonal range. Delta 400 gives you a […]

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Ilford HP5 Plus 400

Ilford HP5 Plus 400 Which black and white film should I start with? For people who are new to photography, this is one of the most often asked questions. People are usually either impressed by the unique result produced from the black and white film or are attracted by the texture of the photo which cannot be replicated in digital format. In my opinion, shooting in black and white can help film shooters practice using different light sources and obtain […]

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Fujifilm Superia Premium 400

Fujifilm Superia Premium 400 How did I discover this film? Personally, I am interested to try all types of film and to see if their characters can fit with my style. I bought a pack of Superia Premium 400 in 2014 from Yodobashi camera in Tokyo after shooting a few rolls and I found that it is surprisingly good. I talked to several friends about it but they seem not knowing much about the character of it. So I would […]

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Kodak Super Gold 400 (Japan Ver.)

Kodak Supergold 400 (Japan Version) This is my first ever contribution of a film review post on this blog and I’d want to dedicate this special piece to a very unique analog film which unfortunately had been discounted by Kodak last November. Name: Kodak Supergold 400 (Japan version) ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Warm tone, good dynamic range and gives off natural colour   I am sure every photographer is set on a journey to search for the “right film” to shoot […]

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