Kodak Tri-X 400 - 120 Film

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Finlay k. (Petersfield, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Studio work, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: @finshootsfilm on instagram
love this film!

great all rounder black and white film and for the price you cant beat it, gorgeous grain and latitude.

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Nicholas A. (Harlow, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Landscapes, Street Photography, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: https://www.instagram.com/nickspics9999/
Tri-X 400 at the seaside!

Having been a keen user of Kodak Tri-X in the past I was pleased to see the price drop recently. This has encouraged me to try it once again. I loaded up my Zeiss Ikon Nettar with a roll of Tri-X 400120 on a recent trip to Walton-on-Naze. A British seaside town in the winter has a certain bleakness and fascination for me. I thought the contrast and grittiness of the Tri-X would suit the subject very well. So, one Sunday earlier this year I met up with three friends from a Facebook group I’m in at the pier in Walton.
The day turned out to be not as rough as last year when we did a similar trip and I didn’t manage to get some rough sea shots. I did though get some great shots of the grey concrete esplanade and even tried a double exposure shot, something which is easy to do on the Nettar.
The film was developed in Ornano Gradual ST 20 which gave a fine grain but a good range of tones. I may in the future try developing this film in Rodinal to get more grain to add to the grittiness of the images.

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john d. (Council Bluffs, US)
Dependable

A great film with superb contrast, effectively a benchmark for monotone film. Contrast enhanced when shooting at 800 iso.

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Paula S. (Leytonstone, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: www.paulasmith.co.uk
Classic for good reason!

I've always enjoyed using TriX 400 in 35mm, especially trying to emulate the classic contrasty look of many of my street photography heros. When AW offered a great price on 120 I picked up a few rolls and I'm so glad to see it's just as wonderful in medium format. I've shot some in a 1938 Rolleiflex at box speed and pushed to 1600 both developed in Bellini Euro HC. I've really had to do nothing in post after scanning. The shadows are deep, yet still retain detail and the highlights haven't blown on the images I've taken. The grain is lovely and the sharpness is biting. I will definitely be using again (so long as the price is affordable) and I'm looking forward to trying out some portraits.

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Robert (London, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: @cre8tive.capture
Pushes nicely to1600

Classic vibes, nice contrast and easily pushed to 1,600 when needed

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