• Darkroom Malta, E6, Slide Film, 35mm, EOS1, Scanning, Street Photography, Agfa Precisa at ASA200 Agfa Precisa  shot at ASA 200

    Agfa Precisa  shot at ASA 200 means that it was underexposed by 1 stop in camera. I developed it normally, with out 'pushing', then increased the exposure in Adobe Lightroom. Agfa Precisa at ASA200 Having used Agfa Precisa a few times i realised that although it has gorgeous colours and a grain free look, it is best used [...] Continue Reading
  • Darkroom Malta, Film, Analog, 35mm Film, AgfaPhoto Precisa Slide AgfaPhoto Slide 35mm

    AgfaPhoto Slide 35mm is an excellant option for any one interested in having a go at slide film. Also known as positives, slide films are loved for their sharpness, vibrant colours and contrast but on the down side their dynamic range is very limited, of only about 3 stops. Negative films have a broader dynamic [...] Continue Reading
  • Agfa APX 100, Darkroom Malta, Scanning Negatives, 35mm Film, Street Photography, Black and White Few more with Agfa APX 100

    A few more shot with Agfa APX 100 taken in Valletta in summer to show how this film can handle bright high lights. The grain is good enough to show that is is film photography although the contrast is quite muted. In fact i had to boost it a little in post production. Few more [...] Continue Reading
  • Ladies fashion, Valletta, Darkroom Malta, 35mm Film, Black and White Agfa APX 100 for a day

    Agfa APX 100 for a day is a short review on what this economical film has to offer. Agfa APX 100 is an economical film that is not very well known. Why? First of all it is important to know  that this is freshly produced film and not old expired stock from the original Agfa factory. [...] Continue Reading
  • Agfa Vista 200 Colour,Colour Negative, Developing, Darkroom Malta, Scanning, Alan Falzon, 35mm,Valletta Agfa Vista 200 Colour 35mm

    Agfa Vista 200 Colour 35mm is a good value film for every day use, frequent shooters and especially suited for persons starting out in analog photography who are looking for the 'shot on colour film' look. The grain is smooth and fine, just enough to let you know it is there. Colours are 'standard'. Not dull [...] Continue Reading