Quote Originally Posted by rduraoc View Post
It also depends on where you shoot. I shoot 35mm street photography with FP4+ rated at 100 and developed in Rodinal 1+50, but I live in sunny and bright Lisbon. I then try to compensate the relatively slow film with fast primes and, when possible and needed, fast wide angles.

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I'm with Rduraoc on this way of thinking, Although not blessed with the climate of Lisbon. I generally try to use 100 ISO or even Ilford PANF 50 and then slap a light or dark yellow filter on. Works great with fast primes, still get a decent shutter speed 250 or 125. I find my favourite shots were taken this way as it forces you to shoot wide open, and everything not applicable is nicely blurred.