Tag: Ilford HP5

Feb 18, 2020
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A Shy Nature Photographer Photographs Strangers In A Park

I headed to the park with a “FREE PORTRAITS!” sign During autumn, a photographer friend of mine once asked me if I would like to start a project with her to photograph strangers despite that I have hardly any experience in

Dec 11, 2019
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ANAMORPHOSE – Shooting Anamorphic On Film

Why & How I Shot an Anamorphic Lens on a Film Camera? In my everyday life, I'm a director. I write and stage commercials, video clips, and fictions. But photography has always taken a great part in my artistic explorat

Jul 2, 2019
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I Shot a Roll of HP5+ at ISO 12800 (5 Stops Push)

I am a big fan of experimenting with what film can take, to see its limits, particularly when it comes to pushing it. I found that Ilford’s HP5+ is one of the widest latitude black and white films one could buy and get usea

Mar 6, 2019
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I Shot a Roll of Ilford HP5+ pulled to EI200 by Renars Matvejs

Ilford is a well known company in b&w film market. HP5+ is one of their most popular film stocks today because of it's flexibility as a good all-around black and white film, both for casual and professional use. For the c

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Jul 25, 2016
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Film Review: ILFORD HP5 135 – Leica M6

This time let’s look at some images shot with the famous ILFORD HP5 400 on a Leica M6. This film is praised among many photographers who like to shot in black and white so we’ll see if it deserves its fame. I previously re

Jul 24, 2016
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Film Review: ILFORD HP5 120

This is the first roll of film I ever shot and that made me sell of my digital gear and switch entirely to film! It took long for me to make such a radical move! By the time I got this roll developed, I still had all my digita