Tag: Ilford HP5
Something salvaged from a home film processing disaster. Ilford HP5+, Holga 120 GCFN, Epson V600, along with LR6, On1 Photo 10, and PS 6. Probably a few other things, but I forget . . .
An image from the roll of film I developed myself this weekend. Ilford HP5+, scanned with Pakon 135.
The day I went out to shoot the black and white film – specifically, Ilford HP5 – I also went out with colored filters, to see how they would affect things. Well, I forget what order I did what in, so . . . that was a bust! Still, there are some nice pictures in the lot. I am not sure if I like Ilford HP5 – perhaps to grainy for my taste, and perhaps too contrasty. Nonetheless, I am super pleased with the results of the processing, and the results of scanning in the Pakon 135 scanner. Also, I thought I had used the Werra, but thinking back, I used the Nikon FM2n with the 50mm f1.4 ais lens. The day was bright and sunny.
A first – my very first home-developed roll of film. This is the roll, suspended in the bathroom, of black and white Ilford HP5 film, ready to be scanned by yours truly this morning. I converted my color digital image into black and white with the VSCO preset for Ilford HP5 – rather fitting, I thought. 😉