Old 10-26-2016   #41
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I love to shoot geese too, but these are not so white.

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Old 10-26-2016   #42
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TMAX 400 is Yummy
I LOVE it....


a simple bus ride... a Beautiful sea of Heads...the starkness of light Against dark....is DIVINE by Helen Hill, on Flickr
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Old 10-26-2016   #43
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Voigtlander Heliar 75/2.5. TMax 400 in HC 110 dil. h:


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Old 10-26-2016   #44
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Old 10-27-2016   #45
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I've only ever shot a couple of rolls of Tmax 400. These are from a couple of winters ago developed in Ilford ID11 1:1

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My wife hates this photo haha...
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Haworth40sWE12 by Philip McAllister, on Flickr

Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta/Kodak TMax 400 - developed in D76 at 1:1 for 12.5 minutes
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Old 10-28-2016   #49
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Old 10-28-2016   #50
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Helen Hill: What lens was used for ''Rides''?
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Old 10-28-2016   #52
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These three are from the same roll of TMax400 shot last July. Developed in kodak HC-110 dilution 1:31 for 6 minutes at 20C/68.0F.







The next two are developed in Rodinal 1:50


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This was on my first roll of Tmax400 back in 1995.

Nikon S2, Nikkor 50mm f/1.4, 400-TMY.

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TMY2 in Tmax. Leica M6TTL 0.58, 28mm Color-Skopar at f3.5.

Can't make my mind up about TMY2 v Tri-X but both are very good for sure.
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Old 11-01-2016   #58
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Old 11-01-2016   #59
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These three are from the same roll of TMax400 shot last July. Developed in kodak HC-110 dilution 1:31 for 6 minutes at 20C/68.0F.







The next two are developed in Rodinal 1:50


What a Fantastic set Pan, Love them ALL !
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Hope to have something to contribute here soon. I've got 3 or 4 left on a roll I started 2 weeks ago. Not sure how long it'll take me to finish. I love to savour the flavour
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I ran into my friend, Andy here recently in Liverpool.I had never met his Mother.I think I captured a little tenderness here. He loved it and so did his Mum. Also, he was impressed at the speed at which I uploaded it to Facebook - being film and all!

Leica IIIa/Summitar 5cmF2/Kodak TMax 400 - D76 for 7:30 mins at stock 20C

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I see T-max400 as an obvious improvement of TriX, but TriX seems to be a far more popular film. Why?


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Personally I find T-MAX400 to be too clinical without any soul (I mean grain) for my general use. If I want clinical I'll use a digital camera. I feel the same way about Delta400, but I much prefer T-MAX to Delta.

Add that to the cost, it's priced out of the market here in Australia (really all Kodak is), last time I saw it it was A$295 for a 30m can. Compared to Tri-X, also priced out at A$195, HP5+ at A$95 (Delta 400 is ~ A$120), and Foma 400 @ A$70

It was the first film I used when I got back into film, and I do like it pushed to 1600 (Foma 400 doesn't do that!) but I use HP5+ for my pushing needs now.
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Personally I find T-MAX400 to be too clinical without any soul (I mean grain) for my general use.
Yes, personal taste and style are important too, that is why it is important that there is a choice.

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Yes, personal taste and style are important too, that is why it is important that there is a choice.
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Thanks all for the great images! It reminds me that I have a roll of TMAX400 120 in the freezer. I think I'll thaw it out, re-spool it to 620, load it up in the Medalist II and shoot it this weekend.
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Also I remember you posting a while back about your developer. What are you using with your tmax?
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Also I remember you posting a while back about your developer. What are you using with your tmax?
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Such a underrated film, always living in the shadow of tri-x

I should go shoot my stash - everyone calls it clean and sterile, but that's what I enjoy about it, it's that HD wide tonal range
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Such a underrated film, always living in the shadow of tri-x

I should go shoot my stash - everyone calls it clean and sterile, but that's what I enjoy about it, it's that HD wide tonal range

100% agreed.

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