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    "For your style, you might consider PanF too..."

    I love this film, but can't seem to find it in the UK in 5x4 - I'm probably wrong about this though, and would love to be corrected... =D

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    Feels a bit stupid for being the one who posts the most in my own thread, but ho hum... =)

    I've just set up a Flickr account, and started posting my trees there too - You can actually see detail there if you load up the original size images - though these are actually a tenth of the 'original' size =D

    Hopefully this link will take you there - http://www.flickr.com/photos/32660161@N06/

    Let me know if not, and I'll try and rectify it...

    Many thanks

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard J R Wilson View Post
    "For your style, you might consider PanF too..."

    I love this film, but can't seem to find it in the UK in 5x4 - I'm probably wrong about this though, and would love to be corrected... =D
    That's because they don't cut it in sheets. It's only available in 135 and 120. For a full catalog about Ilford products and availability check this page. The first link at that page has a pdf with all the info you need.

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    Another idea would be to try Ilford Ortho Plus, a great film. A bit on the expensive side, though. If I had the means, I'd buy this much more often. Litho film, developed as normal film would be another way to solve the grain issue.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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