Friday, May 11, 2012

Tri-X Downtown

I took a walk south of downtown to finish up a roll of Tri-X that I had mostly shot at the farm. I used a 50mm f/2 MD Rokkor which was a later era lens with a Tiffen red filter - the combination had all the sharpness of a butter knife. I forgot to take some test shots without the new red filter to know if that or the lens was the problem but I suspect the lens. Anyways - I was otherwise pleased with the extremely contrasty shots I captured.
Having gotten comfortably with my combination of Tri-X in HC-110 I plan to shot some Ilford HP5+ 400 next. I want to stick with HC-110 for a few different films before I try other developers.
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