Kodak T-Max 400 is an excellent professional black and white 35mm film.
Capture timeless moments in stunning black and white with Kodak T-Max 400 35mm Film. Crafted with precision and cutting-edge technology, this high-speed film delivers exceptional results, making it the perfect companion for photographers looking to capture photos in rich and nuanced monochrome tones.
- High-Speed Versatility: With an impressive ISO 400 rating, Kodak TMax 400 empowers you to shoot in a wide range of lighting conditions without compromising on image quality. From low-light environments to bright daylight, this film ensures sharpness and detail in every frame.
- Fine Grain and Sharpness: The advanced T-grain emulsion structure of Kodak T-Max 400 minimises graininess, producing images with outstanding clarity and detail. Experience true-to-life reproductions, whether you're capturing breathtaking landscapes or evocative portraits.
- Wide Exposure Latitude: Embrace the freedom to push or pull your film's exposure, thanks to its wide latitude. This feature enables you to experiment creatively, exploring various shooting styles and artistic expressions without worrying about over or underexposure.
- Timeless Elegance: The classic allure of black and white photography is incomparable. Kodak T-Max 400 elevates your images with deep blacks, smooth greys, and bright whites, creating a timeless and artistic quality that stands the test of time.
- Ideal for Low Light: Say goodbye to blurry, lacklustre images in challenging lighting conditions. With its high sensitivity, this film thrives in dimly lit settings, making it an excellent choice for candid street photography, atmospheric interiors, and moody nightscapes
- Unleash Your Creativity: The fine grain and sharpness of Kodak T-Max 400 provide a stunning canvas for your creative vision. Whether you're a seasoned photographer or an aspiring artist, this film offers the versatility to explore various techniques and styles, pushing the boundaries of your photographic journey.
Note: T-Max 400 is sometimes referred to as TMAX 400.
Kodak - properly known as Kodak Eastman - was founded in America in 1888 and dominated the "Western" world of photography for the next 100 years, constantly in fierce rivalry with the Japanese Fuji. Similarly to Fuji the advent of digital photography at the turn of the century caused significant financial problems. A late attempt to win in the compact market was hit by the rise of mobile photography and bankruptcy followed in 2012. Fortunately the photography business has survived under the Kodak Alaris name - based in Hertfordshire, England - and they have delighted the analogue industry by pledging continued support for film production and the promise of bringing back old favourite emulsions.
For more information about the brand check out our bio of Kodak
Sample shots (c) James Lourens
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Lots of cheap(er) films come up trumps when you whizz 'em off to the Wondies.
This costs a fair chunk more at £16 a pop but you can see where your hard-earned's going.
Check out the sharpness, tonal range, latitude that makes the church shot sing. Two or three stops' difference between the window and the big bit down the middle (nave..?).
I've given it a bit more welly and tickled the contrast.
That probably destroyed the look I was after with the tree, but the tree hopefully gets another chance to punch its way off the ropes on some other films the Wondies are sorting.
Full of serendipitous grain you couldn't achieve with digital editing software. Certainly one of my fav films.
I like its contrast and sharpness.
A bit expensive for what I get though.
Just loved these after a bit of tinkering.
Catches the look I was after for an ongoing project documenting the work of my local lifeboat station.
Nice tones after a bit of a bump, might have looked better if I'd over-exposed in-camera, so I'll try that next time.