Life in black and White.

These are the highlights of my first black and white film. I used an Efke 100 film, and the results are surprisingly grainy… Still love it though, need to shoot without colour more often, so beautiful.

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Beautiful Asturian coastline, Spain

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Santander, Spain

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Lucy and Hetty

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Madrid, Spain

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Life in black and White.

5 thoughts on “Life in black and White.

  1. To the above question: if you’re using a darkroom, try agitating less during film development. Assuming this is 35mm, if you’re scanning digitally, keep in mind a little grain will be present (more or less depending scanner quality) because you’re asking a 1” frame to fill a frame many times its original size (notice the difference between the larger and smaller images). Film choice is pretty subjective, but Kodak is always a safe bet, and for fine grain I usually shoot Ilford Delta Pro 100. Don’t be turned away by it though; it has its own qualities. Keep at it!

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