Tag: Kodak TX400

Jan 8, 2020
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I Shot a Roll of Kodak TX400 by Andrea Bianchi

Thanks to the amazing work of On Film Only, the generosity of Kodak and Nation Photo lab, I got the chance to try for the first time a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400. Before shoting, I already knew that people praised this film for

Mar 29, 2019
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I Shot a Roll of Kodak TX400 by Florian Tourneux

A few years ago I went to Roma a bit before Easter. In my bag I chose to carry not only my old DSLR but something much older: my Hasselblad 500 C/M and a CF 50 Distagon F/4 FLE. Walking the most of the time, from a church to

Mar 6, 2019
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I Shot a Roll of Kodak TX400 by Renars Matvejs

Kodak TX400 is one of THE MOST well known Kodak B&W films, made for high contrast and low, well managed grain at a high speed of 400 iso. Particularly great for portraits because of the hight contrast and well suited for stre



Jan 15, 2018
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Pushing Kodak Tri-X 400 to 6400

Today we are developing a roll of Kodak TX400 shot at 6400 ISO. I've been wanting to try this little experience for a while now. Some films are known for handling push processing very well and Kodak TX400 is one of them. Lots

Sep 20, 2017
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I Shot a Roll of Kodak TX400 Film on the Xpan

Following my previous post where I took you with me to shoot a roll of expired Kodak Gold 200 in Nice, this time we’ll continue our exploration of the city with a roll of Kodak TX 400. I’ll be taking you through the small


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Jan 25, 2017
6 min read

Stand Development Tutorial Ilfotec DD-X & Kodak TX400

After a first successful experience with stand development, I couldn't resist the urge to try this technique with another film. The lucky guy today is the reliable Kodak Tri-X 400! In case you are not familiar with Tri-X yet,

Aug 14, 2016
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Film Review : KODAK T-MAX 100 vs TX400 – 120

I recently did a portrait session with the amazing Scarlett Minx and tried two types of black and white films : KODAK T-MAX 100 and KODAK TRI-X 400. The idea was to compare the grain and contrast of those films under similar