Monthly Archives: March 2010

Kodak B&W

Kodak Tri-X 400 film: Kodak T-MAX 3200 film, a high-speed film used mostly for nighttime photos or dim situations but can also be used in the daytime to get photos with very pronounced grain:

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Plant Life in B&W

The following photos were all shot with Kodak Tri-X 400, a legendary film that was introduced back in 1940 and was the most widely used film by photojournalists. A lot of history has been documented with this film. While over the years newer B&W films have come about, Tri-X still remains the film of choice […]

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Angelique Cafe – Parisian Mornings in Los Angeles

Photos of Angelique Cafe, a French restaurant serving traditional French breakfasts in the Fashion District in downtown LA: Photos taken back in 2006; haven’t had a chance to go back since… hope it’s still around.

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Night Photos | Ilford Delta 3200

A few night photos using Ilford 3200 film, a very high speed film that has noticeable grain to my liking for that organic feel.

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Downtown L.A. | Fuji Neopan 400

A few photos shot using Fuji Neopan 400, which is known for its fine grain.

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