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Friday favourites: 17th March

Happy St Patricks Day! We’re sharing images today from our favourite ‘green’ films. HP5+ and Delta 400

Black and white photo of coffeepot shot on ILFORD HP5 film
@scottmicciche Drug of choice, morning must, tastesogood . . #hasselblad #500cm #ilfordfilm #hp5 pushed two stops, developed in HC-110 for 11 minutes
Black and white street portrait shot on ILFORD HP5+ film
@santimurillos #indiefilmlab #hasselblad #ilfordhp5 #analogfeatures #filmisnotdead
Black and white photo of jogger shot on ILFORD Delta 400 film
@ajwk60  #jogger in the evening sun #analogue #filmphotography #filmisnotdead #ishootfilm #ilfordfilm #ilforddelta400 #hc110
Black and white photo of Teesdale shot on ILFORD HP5 film
@IsabelCurdes #JustAdd Silence – from #Teesdale in the #Pennines  HP5+ developed in DD-X #Hasselblad #believeinfilm #ishootfilm
Black and white photo shot on ilford Delta 400 film
@minochage In the small town of Switzerland. Leica M3 + Summilux 50 mm 2 nd ver. + ILFORD Delta400 Pro #leica #summilux #ilfordphoto #ilfordfilm

We love seeing your images so please keep sharing with us using #ilfordfridayfavourites on Instagram / Twitter and Facebook and don’t forget to tell us which film you are using!

 

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Street Photography at Night with Ilford Delta 3200 Film by Bob Soltys

Black and white photo of Bob Soltys and his dog Lucky

Bob Soltys has been a photographer and writer since 1971, when the local paper bought his pictures of a student protest march in Gary, Indiana.

A former Navy officer, he is the coauthor of A Lucky Life about Lucky, his Jack Russell Terrier, www.ALuckyLifeBook.com. Bob’s photos are on the web at www.BobSoltys.com and on Twitter at BlkWhiteFilmPix.

Continue reading “Street Photography at Night with Ilford Delta 3200 Film by Bob Soltys”

Friday favourites: 10th March

As we head towards spring we’re starting to see more outdoor shots as you brave the weather. Here are a few of our favourites from the last week

Portrait shot in black and white on ILFORD FP4+ film
@mrkurtin Elijah | Speed Graphic w/Petzval lens | Ilford Fp4 | Town Park | March 2017

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Friday favourites #JustAdd

As we have launched a competition to run alongside our latest campaign #JustAdd this week, we thought we’d share a few of the entries that we’ve seen so far. Continue reading “Friday favourites #JustAdd”

The two sides to film photography by Roy Karlsvik

profileMy name is Roy Karlsvik.

A 48-year-old hobby photographer from the windswept, cold, but still beautiful northwestern coast of Norway. I work as a marine engineer on board a ship working in the North Sea and North Atlantic area. Continue reading “The two sides to film photography by Roy Karlsvik”

Friday Favourites: 02nd February

I’m not quite sure where January went, but here we are in the second month of the year. We’ve seen a lot of brilliant images over the last week and the ones below are those that we’ve chosen for this weeks #ilfordfridayfavourites Continue reading “Friday Favourites: 02nd February”

Friday favourites: 25th January

You’ve shared lots of images with us over the last week. Here are a few of our favourites #ilfordfridayfavourites Continue reading “Friday favourites: 25th January”

Friday favourites: Happy Holidays

‘Tis the season to be Jolly, tra la la la la….

Some festive #ilfordfridayfavourites  this week. We hope you all have a lovely break and we’ll see you in the new year. Continue reading “Friday favourites: Happy Holidays”

Friday favourites: I’m thankful for…

It’s been a quieter week for images, with family featuring strongly in things we’re thankful for. We’ve added a couple into the mix that you shared with us for different reasons, but that we think for the theme

We’d like to add that we’re thankful to you lovely lot, for being as passionate as we are about film photography! Continue reading “Friday favourites: I’m thankful for…”

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