• TMax 3200,Kodak, Black and White, Darkroom Malta, Analog Photography Kodak T Max 3200 @ Box Speed

    Kodak T Max 3200 is the new film from Kodak designed for low light conditions, with out the need to be pushed.  

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  • Kodak Portra 400, Sliema and Valletta Walking around with Portra 400

    Walking around with Portra 400 on a Sunday afternoon, with some good reggae playing on my iPod, i just relaxed and shot anything that caught my eye. Its interesting that knowing Portra 400 is in camera, colours pop out from every where. Simple street photography based on lines, designs and vibrant colours. Shot on Kodak Portra 400 35mm. Photography by © [...] Continue Reading
  • Valletta, Darkroom Malta,Street Photography, 35mm Film, Kodak ColorPlus Test Roll New films have been added

    A good way to start the week is to know that new films have been added on our site!! Please take some time off from your work to have look, Christmas is soon here and these would make fantastic stocking fillers!! *Click on the photos to visit the product page. Kentmere 400 Agfa Vista 200 x3 [...] Continue Reading
  • Valletta, Darkroom Malta,Street Photography, 35mm Film, Kodak ColorPlus Test Roll Time for a quick post.

    Time for a quick post since i have not written much during the past weeks. I have been very busy in the darkroom, working on countless  Kodak ColorPlus, Ilford HP5+ and Kodak Portras' as well as with other photography related commitments.  Don't get me wrong, i'm not complaining but this also meant i had very little time [...] Continue Reading
  • Kodak ColorPlus 200, Grain, Analog, Film, Darkroom Malta, 35mm, C41, Shoot Film Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Review

    Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Review is all about a very popular and good quality colour film that can be used for all occasions. It is grainy for an ASA200 film but the colours are smooth and realistic, not contrasty nor vivid. Sharpness is good but it is important that this film is exposed correctly. Kodak [...] Continue Reading
  • Pushed, asa400,asa1600,35mm film, 120 film, black and white,Valletta, Darkroom Malta Kodak Tri X Pushed to ASA1600

    Kodak Tri X is the world's most famous black and white film! Apart from its traditional grainy look it is also very good for pushing to higher ASA.  The photos in this album were shot with an old Pentax set to ASA1600. The film was then pushed. This increases grain and contrast but  looses some [...] Continue Reading