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Ilford Ortho Plus 80-120 Película

Our Price: £8.50 GBP

100370

Descripción

Una nueva y maravillosa emulsión de formato medio: diseñada para situaciones que requieren detalles de alta resolución y grano fino. Su sensibilidad al color se inclina hacia el verde y el azul con dos beneficios: la fotografía de paisajes se verá particularmente dramática y la film se puede manipular de forma segura bajo luces de seguridad de color rojo oscuro para un procesamiento y revelado más fáciles.

Califique a 80 bajo luz natural y 40 bajo luz de tungsteno para obtener resultados óptimos.

Y no olvides enviar una reseña con tomas de muestra tan pronto como hayas tenido la oportunidad de jugar, ¡para que el resto de la comunidad pueda ver los resultados de la "vida real"!

También disponible enFormato de 35 mm

Especificación

Formato: 120
Color: B & amp; W
Tipo: Negativo
YO ASI: 80
Exposiciones: 12
Tamaño del paquete: 1

 

Fotos de muestra 1 y 3 c MattParryPhotoFilm, toma de muestra 2 c Natalie Obergberg

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Ilford se fundó en 1879 en la localidad inglesa del mismo nombre. Son miembros de la realeza en blanco y negro de la industria de la fotografía gracias a su herencia de 140 años y su apoyo a los fotógrafos con productos químicos y revelado, así como con film. A mediados del siglo XX, produjeron varias líneas de cámara bien consideradas, incluida una que se le dio a la princesa Isabel que luego fue robada. pero hoy están enfocados en producir las mejores películas y procesos de revelado que puedan.n.

Para obtener más información sobre la marca, consulte nuestra biografía deIlford

 

Donde enviamos

Cuando nos compre la film de su cámara, podemos enviarla a todo el Reino Unido, Europa, EE. UU., Nueva Zelanda, Australia y Canadá, ¡más países planeados pronto! ¡Así que compre su película Ilford Ortho 80 B & amp; W 120 hoy y sumérjase en la diversión de la fotografía de film de formato medio!y!

Customer Reviews

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S.A.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel, Studio work
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Great detail, clarity and contrast.

Superb detail, clarity and contrast. A clean, modern look.

K
K.L.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture
Pinhole dreams

I wanted a slow-ish BW film for pinhole photography that would work well with outdoor/nature type subjects. I have been using it for 6x9cm images in my Ondu pinhole. I often offset the baffles in the Ondu to give a "rise" effect when used in portrait orientation. This also means that the inherent vignette on the extreme of the neg is usually in the sky which looks great. I've been very pleased with this film for this purpose. I get a lovely range of tones in the image (although I have to up the contrast in post, but this is the same for all films I have used with the pinhole). It also works well on architectural shots, even interiors. The church interiors had a 30 minute exposure, commercial dev and scan.

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J.C.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract
Great for somethings not so great for others.

The film is nice and sharp, the grain is fine and has a pleasing texture to it when visible.
I have had a very odd experience with it more recently when shooting some portraits, in my example below you can see there is a slight glow, which looks not too dissimilar to infrared film stock.

The underside of the boat in one of my images was red. This is where this film really shines.

Overall I like the film and will be using it again in the future!

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M.
Sample

Here's a sample shot developed with DF96

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P.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Perfect detail and high sharpness

My first time using Ilford Ortho Plus.
First impression: the detail. It's truly good. Extremely happy with that.

I have something important I'd like to pass on regarding the exposure. I took a few varying exposures between ISO 80 and ISO 50 on a bright but overcast day, and developed as normal in ID11. Usually a little extra exposure can help boost the shadows on a lot of film but I really don't think it's necessary with this one. I really do think it's a genuine ISO 80 film and rated quite accurately. This sample picture was taken at ISO 64, and though the detail is incredible, the shadows are starting to lose their depth.
In my experience with the film, I'd say to aim for ISO80 or 1/3 of a stop overexposed if in doubt but no more.
If it was a sunny day then my experience might have been different, so it would be interesting to see other people's opinions on this film too regarding sunny weather.
Overall though, I'm extremely happy. Very fine detail and a nice look. Best suited to individual subjects or landscapes, where a certain look and high detail is required. Would love to try again, and keep at a firm ISO 80.