Ilford HP5 Plus - 35mm Film

Exposures: 36
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Customer Reviews

Based on 619 reviews
J.G. (Wigan, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
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Get's the job done

HP5 got the job done on a grey day when I was testing a vintage Kodak Retina 1a 35mm camera.

David H. (High Wycombe, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Street Photography, Travel, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: @davidhowlett5
First 35mm in 20 years

I am a sports photographer mainly rugby and wanted to mark my local clubs promotion match by shooting some pictures alongside my digital shots. I'd used HP5 as my standard in the past and thought this would be a good fit at this time of year (April) for some 'context' shots rather than the fast action. I used Nikon F90x from early 90s and had fun selecting how I used the 36 exposures over several hours. A satisfying skill that really focuses your mind! Very happy with results which I shared with the club, players and fans. Everyone loves it. Will do from time to time. Grain is tight, even and the contrast is good. Probably switch to Delta 3200 for deep winter and floodlit games.

Lucy H. (Wantage, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits
Accreditation Handles: lucyyhoward
Lovely results with this film!

I recently started getting back into film photography this year, starting with a basic holga before getting a manual camera. I wanted to experiment with some black and white film and loved the results I got with this roll.

Jav M. (Slough, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners
Accreditation Handles: Jav M
First roll of film!

This is the first roll of film I've ever shot and I'm very impressed! I had these developed elsewhere so I don't have digital scans, so I've attached a digital photo of a selection of prints :)

[lifeinaglasshouse] (Rushden, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
Accreditation Handles: Lee Mallett
Sunny 2.8

Rate at 200, meter for shadows, develop at 800... Contrasty, grainy, sexy, more latitude than the North Pole. I once shot the sun wide open and got a great photo... ok that's a lie, but so is overexposure :)

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