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This film STILL delivers.
on March 8, 2012
I remain convinced that black and white film photography bests digital manipulation to this day. It may only be my subjective opinion, but I am not an old photographer - in fact I only started taking pictures about 6 years ago, when the digital craze had already taken over the world.
All that said, Kodak Tri-X remains one of my favorite non-professional films. The grain is very fine, but shows up beautifully in larger prints. Contrast is wonderful on the negatives and transfers well.
At less than $5 a roll, and with 36 exposures, this is a very economical way of shooting film!
Grab a roll, your favorite camera, and head off for a day of REAL shooting!