Ilford Ortho Plus 80 - 120 Film
Our Price: £8.50 GBP100370
A wonderful new medium format emulsion: designed for situations requiring high-resolution detail and fine grain. Its colour sensitivity is skewed towards green and blue with two benefits: landscape photography will look particularly dramatic, and the film can be handled safely under dark-red safelights for easier processing and development.
Rate at 80 under natural light and 40 under tungsten light for optimal results.
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Also available in 35mm format
Sample shots 1 and 3 (c) MattParryPhotoFilm, sample shot 2 (c) Natalie Oberg
Ilford was founded in 1879 in the English town of the same name. They are B&W royalty in the photography industry thanks to their 140-year heritage and their support for photographers with chemicals and development as well as film. In the mid-20th Century they produced several well-regarded camera lines (including one given to Princess Elizabeth that was later stolen!) but today they are focused on producing the best films and development processes that they can.
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Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Ilford Ortho 80 B&W 120 Film today and dive back into the fun of medium format film photography!
A beautiful film for studio portraits. Brings out freckles and other small nuances of the model's faces. Be careful of fake tan though, that can come out really dark due to this film turning reds to black. Also great for the outdoors and landscape photography.
Superb detail, clarity and contrast. A clean, modern look.
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.