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Thread: First B&W film?

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    HP4.

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    TMAX 100

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    Plus-X, in college. We weren't allowed to use anything else until we had mastered that one. Contact sheets were checked!

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    It was some b&w polaroid, I don't remember which.
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    If my brain is working right (big if) my first was FP4 I think just before FP4+

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    Verichrome Pan -- I think -- it might have been just plain Verichrome. I'm not sure when that transition occurred, but my first few shots were probably in the late 1940s (gulp!)

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    Verichrome Pan 620, 1957

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    Verichrome Pan - in 616 size probably.

    (the camera was 22 years older than I was ).

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    Same here. I shot one film for a school project, then had about a fifteen year hiatus before I shot another roll of b&w film again.
    I still have that roll of film, and plan on making some prints from it soon.

    It was 35mm, developed in D76 stock.

    - Thomas

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    FP4 (before it was FP4+).


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    Quote:
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    FP4 (before it was FP4+).


    Steve.


    I used to help my father out in his camera shop back in the U.K. Unfortunately I well remember selling FP3 and HP3. Time flies when you're having fun!!!

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