Ferrania P30 - 120 Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Lisa F. (Leicester, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Flickr ... @Frattaroli-Rolls-of-Film
La Dolce Contrast

They say 'Italians do it best'...And well when it comes to high quality grain contrast in films, I would have to say Ferrania definitely does it best! If you love deep black tones/zones in your images you'll love this. If you want dramatic moody portraits like no other. This is the film for me. Even in slightly overcast conditions i am impressed how well it handles it. In fact i prefer it to recommend full sun bright light. Enjoy it, but not too much- I'll probably cry if it ever sells out haha.


Great b&w film that continues the great Italian film that was the go to film of the great Italian film directors

Scott T. (Harlesden, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: https://www.instagram.com/analoguescott
Stunning Detail

Ferrania P30 is capable of revealing stunning levels of detail with very low grain. This is especially so for the 120 version and I doubt there are many people who are able to print to a size, which would challenge this emulsion. It requires some effort in scanning and careful handling in high-contrast scenes. If you favour a low contrast look, you may need to experiment with speed and development times.

Roy B. (Rhyl, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel, Studio work
Accreditation Handles: https://www.instagram.com/charlie_b1967/
Film noire cinematic heaven!

Ferrari's P30 film stock is made to the same recipe as that used by Federico Fellini to shoot his movie "8 1/2" in 1963. Deep, deep blacks and gorgeous, bright highlights couple with a low grain stock to produce almost effortlessly impressive portraits and street work. I have used 135mm format P30 for street and am now using 120 format for Autumn and Winter landscapes-the slow speed emulsion and lower light levels will require the use of a tripod, but the majority of landscape work does, so it's no big deal. I also feel this stock will be very useful for architectural work, again with a tripod and travel work if the light is bright enough. I am a regular user of Ilford (FP4 and HP5), as well as occasional forays into the world of T-Max but for special jobs that require that certain element of "magic dust" sprinkling upon them, Ferrania P30 is my favourite film stock.

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