About This Video
Shooting the Mamiya RZ67 for the first time at the beach loaded with a roll of Ilford HP5.
It’s not often I take HP5 for a seascape. Usually I’m on a slower speed film but for once I didn’t want silky smooth long exposures. I was also worried about getting grain!
I developed the film in XTOL 1:1. I felt Stock would get too contrasty.
I was very happy with my photography and developing on this shoot and the Prints came out wonderful.
Camera – Mamiya RZ67
Film – Ilford HP5 Plus
Format – 645, 120 Film
Developer – Kodak XTOL
Paper Used – Kentmere VC Select Lustre Resin
Stop – Fotospeed
Fixer – Fotospeed
Developer – Ilford Multigrade
Toner – Selinia Selenium Toner.
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