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Hong Kong Skyline

So whilst I am searching for the most versatile B/W film to process and to use in a range of light conditions – I have been trying the films from Ilford, Kodak and Fuji and think I have two that stand out.

Not only are they the easiest to develop, push and pull; but they manage light best out of those I use.

This is one of the two favourites – Fuji Acros 100. It develops at the same speed at Ilford HP5 400 (9 minutes) – but you get contrast that is dependable time after time and of course very tight grains.

These skyline shots were taken in difficult light conditions – very bright but completely grey sky – so there was no cloud definition and sharp edges were quite blurred but the film delivers.

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Posted by simon on October 22, 2010
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  1. 10/22/2010
    de

    That’s really wierd— it looks as if the second building is coming out of the page– makes me feel quite disorientated!

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