Kodak Tri-X 400
Apr23

Kodak Tri-X 400

A classic film, held in high esteem. Many people use Tri-X as their go-to film. Type: Black and white film. ISO: 400 Contrast: Medium to low. Grain: Subtle but distinctively “film.” Best for: Strong mid-tones and high dynamic range. I don’t use it very often, but this is partly a result of my own preferences. Unfortunately, it’s also a result of other films being better choices for specific needs. Kodak Tri-X...

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Try Film Sometime
Apr23

Try Film Sometime

There’s a bunch of hipsters out there who will tell you that film is better than digital. They’re actually kind of right. But not for these reasons: Film has a certain “look” that can’t be replicated by digital cameras. Films do have distinctive colors, contrast, and grain – but there are numerous post-processing methods that replicate this effect. While it may not be easy to replicate film, and...

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