35mm film review: Ilford FP4 125
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I have got this film as a gift quite long time ago and I was never ready to try it out. Normally I shoot B&W only in the weddings where I mostly use Kodak Tmax 100 for its low grain and very good sharpness. So I kept Ilford FP4 in the fridge and only before one big boho style photo shoot I remembered about it and decided to try it out. I am not a big fan of B&W and my demands for such film are minimum so I will provide you with no personal opinion but let you see samples and make your own decisions if you like it or not. All the shots were made on Canon 300v +50mm 1.8, no external meter, ISO set to native 125.
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