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    Ilford PanF 50 Plus - Results from Ilford Harman pleased me!

    Further to my thread here (http://www.apug.org/forums/forum37/1...-120-film.html) you'll be pleased to know that Ilford Harman did indeed come up trumps with some nice results. I thought I'd share 3 of the better shots in the form of the digital scans (which they also did for me from the negs but they are only standard mid-res scans). I'm not sure if the film suits me or if I just need to learn how to use it better but I think I'll stick with Fuji Acros 100 which, historically, I always seem to do well with.

    Technique was Hasselblad 501CM tripod mounted with Lee ND Grad, light meter EV values calculated based on EI50.

    Anyway, 3 good shots from 3 rolls - not quite the Hasselblad standard I am aiming for (of nearly every shot being a keeper!) but I'm making progress from my first roll which I fogged almost entirely while loading it!

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    Ted Smith Photography
    Hasselblad 501CM...my 2nd love.

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    Nice photographs. I like the results you got with the Ilford PanF. I have a few rolls in the freezer, maybe it's time to shoot them.
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    Looks good, like the last one the best, and 3 shots from 3 rolls...that's not bad I have been using Pan F for years and process it in Rodinal 1:50, great film and my very favourite slow film, even if you can't read the numbers on 35mm!

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    those are gorgeous.

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    A stunning film is PanF+. I like it best at ISO40 run in DD-X.



    That last one is a gem.

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    I like your photos. Pan F is a great film.

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    PanF+ is one of my favorites, I love the first and third one, good job! and I like the second, but it does seem under exposed, was this on purpose? Thanks

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    Damn Ted, for not having the Hassy for so long and experimenting with film...ummm...I'm jealous. Lovely shots. I'd hang any of em.
    K.S. Klain

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    As of right now fp4 is my favorite film. PanF is the next film I want to try out. I will then use panF fp4 and hp5

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    PanF is great and you've got some good results there. Nice job!

    The PanF, however, has led me to explore even lower ISO options. I have some rolls of Adox CMS 20 II ISO film that I'm itching to find the right occasion to try...

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