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Wednesday
Jun202012

Ilford Pan F Plus 50 35mm Film - A Very Pretty Picture

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Ilford Pan f Plus 50 is the perfect film for you if you want photographs with very little grain that can be enlarged to amazing proportions. Being on the slow side you've got to watch your shutter speed to avoid camera shake and subject blur, but there's no doubt that this film produces beautifully smooth negatives that look great, even with my basic home-developing skills.

Don't be put off by that low ISO though, the beauty of black and white film is that it is so easily pushed, that is you can shoot at a hiher ISO and then simply adjust your developing time to suit. For more details check out Ilfords Pan F fact sheet.

I enjoyed the photos that Pan F Plus 50 helped me capture with my Olympus Trip 35. Take a look at the images below, and if you you like them too why not grab a roll or two and get shooting!

Thanks, Rob.

TV Cabinet Ornaments

Old Shed, Allotment

Chandelry, Hardway

Rocking Horse

Tree, Elson Rd

 

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