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Tuesday
Jun192012

The Truth Is In The Grain - Ilford Delta 3200 35mm Film Review

(If you can't see the video please click here.)

Ilford Delta 3200 35mm Film. That's right 3200. This is a very fast film for extreme lighting conditions, or perhaps for situations where you want that grainy look.

Ilford recommend you shoot Ilford Delta 3200 at ISO 1000 in daylight, but it'll take anything from 400 to 3200, and if you fall inlove with the films unique look you could find yourself shooting with little else...

Unfortunately I had a bit of a rough time with my roll of Delta 3200, through no fault of the film but rather my incompetence and some bad luck.

I managed to get a bit of a light leak onto the film when I was transferring it into my developing tank, and then I didn't research the developing time properly and managed to under develop the images.

Take a look at the photos below, they'll give you a taste for Delta 3200, just imaging them without the light leaks and with a little more contrast!

Thanks, Rob.

Power Lines

St Columbus Church

Daisys

Moat, Fort Brockhurst

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