This month’s film stock is Ilford HP5! Watch the video below for information you need to know when shooting this film stock for the first time, as well as some tips and tricks for seasoned professionals!  Things to remember about Ilford HP5… Has a neutral amount of grain and contrast. You will see more […]

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Film Spotlight: Ilford HP5

Black & White

Winter is slow season for many photographers, so we tend to see a lot more personal work and experimentation on the rolls of film that come through the lab. If you’re looking for a new film stock to try out, JCH StreetPan 400 may be the film stock for you! This film stock was released just a […]

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JCH StreetPan 400 film

Announcements

What is pushing? We covered this in our post about pushing color film, but here’s a quick recap: pushing is something that is done in development and in development only.  It is never something that happens in exposure or scanning and cannot be adjusted after the roll has already been developed. Pushing is done by […]

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Pushing Black & White Film

Black & White

Despite it’s high ISO, Delta 3200 is truly the most light hungry film of all the black and white film stocks. As you can see in the comparison below, this film stock responds well to overexposure. The closer you rate this film to box speed, the grainier it will become. If you want to reduce this grain, you’ll […]

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Ilford Delta 3200

Black & White

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