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Ilford FP4

Not having shot black and white properly before I was quite intrigued as to what the results would be like.

I was very impressed. It’s quite a slow film, 125 ISO which is ideal for daylight shooting. The film has fantasic contrast and beautiful deep, cool tones. The grain is super fine and vey sharp. If you need a good all round black and white film which is easy to use then i’d shoot with this.

Posted by Duncan Wright on August 3, 2010
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  1. 08/24/2010
    Christopher Burgess

    Anything rated at 25iso is a slow film 😉 I never really liked Fp4 though I shot it exclusively for nearly a year.

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    • 08/25/2010
      Duncan Wright

      Do you mean 125iso?

      I love FP4! What are your reasons for not liking it so much? Though I guess after shooting only FP4 for a year you’d get quite sick of it. I’d love to see some of your work with it

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