Monday, January 13, 2014

Beautiful Black-and-White Photos Taken by Using Kodak T-MAX 400 Film

Black-and-white is honest. At times beautiful, at times brutal. Always revealing the truth—of a situation, of an emotion, of the fleeting permanence of nature.

Kodak T-MAX film is a continuous tone, panchromatic, tabular-grain black and white negative film made by Eastman Kodak. In early 2002, Kodak replaced their similarly titled Kodak T-MAX Professional Film with Kodak Professional T-MAX Film. There was also a slight change to the packaging. The main difference between the two are in the processing times. The new T-MAX 400 film is said by the company to be "the world's finest grained and the world's sharpest 400-speed black-and-white film," offering photographers a level of clarity normally only available from a 100-speed film.

patka by apasz

Rolleiflex fashion fun (11.2008) by zgodzinski

Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. by ndnbrunei

HOLGA-2009-07-B-001-02b by model337

point by xgray

Just Chillin.... by Greg Cee

untitled by SOFT**

52 by _FullMoon

Once upon a Time by Functionary

Across the sea by Marcello Pasini

minnie by adi taylor

untitled by el zopilote

untitled by selfoxide

* Light and shadow. by Wook..

Barn in the fog by Urban Hafner

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