here. Some people say that Arista.Edu Premium is actually Tri-X
If you know me well you would know that I tend to be a seasonal person. I would guess that comes from growing up in the Midwest on a farm. While I may use Black & White film at any time, my two main seasons for B&W are after Christmas until Spring and Mid-Summer until Fall. I offer no analyses for this personal inclination. Instead I am just saying that now is one of my black & white seasons. And so today I am posting some B&W images from a variety of films and cameras. Mostly these are cameras that so far haven't sustained my interest enough to make a post or gallery about them.
Kentmere 400. I probably will do a post on the C4 one day since it is my favorite Argus. After having tried some inexpensive 400 ISO films I decided to get a bulk roll of Kentmere 400. At times it is a little more grainy than I would like, however I think some of that is working out the best way to develop it .
Konica C35 AF the first auto focusing camera. It does a decent job, however for me I mostly have it because it was a first of its type and inexpensive to buy. The film is Legacy Pro 100. I liked Legacy Pro 100 a great deal. It worked well with Rodinal stand development. I made a mistake in not stocking up on it, thinking it would be available longer than it turned out to be.
Fomapan 100 is another fairly inexpensive b&w film.