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No information is available for this page. 35mm Ilford Pan F (pre “+”) in Rodinal Providence RI 35mm Pan-F+ in Pyrocat HD Printed on 11×14 Ilford Multigrade FB and toned. The lower the number, the slower the film and vice versa. Pan F Plus 50 is the slowest film that Ilford produces. Having an ISO speed of only
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At ISO 50, you are going to need a tripod to use this in most situations, unless it's the middle of summer and the middle of the day.
However, I have also heard this film can be pushed a few stops, so it would be interesting to see what effect that has on the resulting grain and sharpness.
I am definitely going to use this film again, but it will probably be for very well thought out minimalist shots that Ilford pan f 50 want to print out and frame for example the water steps shot.
I wonder how this film works for portraits, mind you it's probably so sharp you better make sure your model doesn't mind every last detail being visible! Definitely a film to have in the fridge for bright summer days - I love that Ilford has a film for pretty every situation you can think of!
So there you have it, another week done and slowly inching towards Week More cool film to come as we make our way to Week 40 including Revelog nm, Rollei RPXand some funky redscale film!
ilford pan f 50
Ilford pan f 50 Pan F 50 film is certainly not an everyday film as it requires 3x more light than say the popular Kodak Tri-X film. I believe Pan F 50 is more suited to my 35mm film photography than my medium format cameras as 35mm lens are often much faster with the likes of the Leica M mount Leica Noctilux 50mm f1.
Most of my medium format camera lenses start at f2.
I shot almost feet on my thesis piece and I moved the last can from freezer to freezer for many years later, finally thawing it out and shooting it on a project just a few years ago.
It had lost a little speed, I found it best at EI 25 ilford pan f 50 than my usual 32 but otherwise it looked great.
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ilford pan f 50 Pan-F often has rather faint edge lettering and frame numbers. It can be build contrast quickly — it has a reputation for high contrast — but it can also have a very long scale depending on as always exposure and development.
This is not a film that you can just shoot and casually go by whatever is on the data sheet for processing and expect workable results.
On a bright sunny day, you can shoot hand-held outdoors.
Ilford Pan F Plus Black and White Negative Film B&H
Overcast conditions tend to require a tripod or shooting with a very wide aperture. This is not good film to use if you are trying to shoot a fast moving subject in low light.
Portraits shot indoors will need either bright studio lights or your model will need to stay perfectly still for a few seconds so they do not appear blurry.