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p.giannakis 11-06-2016 22:54

For the Love Of Tri-X / Post your pictures
 
The similar thread about T-Max is thriving and has so many beautiful pictures in it.

Post your pictures taken with the Kodak Tri-X here. Any vintage and developer will do.

I start first:
Kodak Tri-X in Rodinal 1:50





*Kodak Tri-X in HC-110 (Dilution H)




Steve M. 11-07-2016 02:47

The last three have some issues, but your first shot is certainly a keeper, and it shows, to me, why I don't understand why anyone would shoot any B&W film emulsions BUT Tri-X, other than the fact the price is becoming a problem. I have an affinity for Tri-X in Mic-X, but that first shot looks just perfect. People who like the modern film emulsions won't like Tri-X, but the blacks you get from it are unique and deep. If not for the clothes, that shot could have been made 80 years ago. Great lighting.

brennanphotoguy 11-07-2016 03:36

Tri-X is my forever go to film.

My love by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Gentleman by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Day to Day by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Untitled by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

It's amazing in medium format too.

Left Out by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Lunch Break by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Kayla by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

lynnb 11-07-2016 03:37

Tri-X in D76, taken in the 1970s on an OM1


girl talk, 1970s. #092 by lynnb's snaps, on Flickr


in the old surf club, 1970s, Sydney #077 by lynnb's snaps, on Flickr


in the old surf club, 1970s, Sydney #089 by lynnb's snaps, on Flickr


in the old surf club, 1970s, Sydney #094 by lynnb's snaps, on Flickr

BLKRCAT 11-07-2016 07:27

Leica M4, Voigtlander Nokton-M 50mm F1.5, Tri-X, Hc110b




Leica M5, Voigtlander 50mm F1.1, Tri-X, Hc110e



Leica M4, Zeiss Biogon 35mm F2 ZM, Tri-X, Hc110b


BLKRCAT 11-07-2016 07:34

Leica M4, Zeiss Biogon 35mm F2 ZM, Yellow, Tri-X, Hc110b




Leica M5, Rigid Summicron 50mm, Orange, Tri-X, Xtol




Leica M5, Rigid Summicron 50mm, Tri-X, Hc110b


sem 11-07-2016 07:45

willow by rcfed, auf Flickr

sem 11-07-2016 07:46

willow by rcfed, auf Flickr

f16sunshine 11-07-2016 08:02

Great idea !

I like tri-x for the grain. One can make an image that is quite "graphic" and nostalgic.
These are from a 30+ year old roll I exposed in 2013.

Tri-x @50iso, Rodinal 1:100 for one hour.
Southworth run by Adnan, on Flickr

Tandem by Adnan, on Flickr

f16sunshine 11-07-2016 08:06

Two with the flash. Olypmus mju2

Tri-x @400, Rodinal
Mr. Moustache by Adnan, on Flickr

Taken by Adnan, on Flickr

f16sunshine 11-07-2016 08:13

A selfie :p

Tri-x @400, rodinal 1:50, 14mins @ 20c
The Last Frame by Adnan, on Flickr

p.giannakis 11-07-2016 11:42

In Rodinal 1:50


Mackinaw 11-07-2016 12:03

4X5 Tri-X 320 in Xtol 1:1



Jim B.

charjohncarter 11-07-2016 12:21

TriX HC110h Rodinal by John Carter, on Flickr

TriX HC-110h by John Carter, on Flickr

kiemchacsu 11-07-2016 16:54

TRI-X yes, I used to shoot quite a lot; but not recently due to price increased
How ever I'm ok with other options like hp5plus or kentmere400

Early morning in the fish market by Trung Nguyen, on Flickr

Peter Jennings 11-07-2016 18:11

Nikon S3, W-Nikkor.C 3.5cm f/2.5, D-76

[IMG]DSC04157 by Peter Jennings, on Flickr[/IMG]

Dirk 11-07-2016 20:38

Nikkor 50mm 1.8G; Arista Premium 400; D-76
 
Vanidad by FilmFlamMan, on Flickr

sem 11-07-2016 21:17

way of live by rcfed, auf Flickr

maryland_fotos 11-08-2016 01:58

Here's some Tri-X pics:

Atabrine by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

MortarPosition by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

YankeeWarrior by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

All with Nikon S2, 3.5cm f2.5 W-Nikkor.

brennanphotoguy 11-08-2016 03:35

I could go for days

Kayla by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Camp by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Untitled by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Brian by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Rain by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

brennanphotoguy 11-08-2016 03:48

Also, I hear that Tri-X makes the best selfies.

Bed Head by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Fjäll 11-08-2016 03:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by brennanphotoguy (Post 2664597)
Also, I hear that Tri-X makes the best selfies.

Aren't you that guy from Brooklyn Shooters Channel on YouTube?

brennanphotoguy 11-08-2016 04:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fjäll (Post 2664603)
Off-topic. But aren't you that guy from Brooklyn Shooters Channel on YouTube?

Yep, sorry we haven't done any videos in a while. Brett and I both are super busy with work and other stuff right now.

Mackinaw 11-08-2016 06:16

Tri-X in Xtol 1:1



Jim B.

p.giannakis 11-09-2016 11:24

Kodak Tri-X in HC-110 (Dilution H)


Bingley 11-09-2016 12:30

Tri-X at iso 250, in HC 110 dil. h:

Cypress by bingley0522, on Flickr

Bingley 11-09-2016 12:33

Tri-X at iso 250 in HC 110 dil. h:

Belem by bingley0522, on Flickr

Mackinaw 11-09-2016 13:02

4X5 Tri-X 320, Xtol 1:1



Jim B.

Bingley 11-09-2016 13:22

Tri-X at iso 800 in Diafine:

Track Meet by bingley0522, on Flickr

Paulbe 11-09-2016 14:43

Jim B---the picture of the bride outside the cathedral is just superb!
Thanks for posting!
Where was that?
Paul

Mackinaw 11-09-2016 14:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paulbe (Post 2665003)
Jim B---the picture of the bride outside the cathedral is just superb!
Thanks for posting!
Where was that?
Paul

The dilapidated building in the background is the old Michigan Central Railroad depot in Detroit. The picture is about five years old and all of the broken windows you see in the picture have now been repaired.

Interesting story about this pic. This isn’t a wedding photo. I happened across an outdoor photo class that was teaching students lighting, poses and that kind of stuff. I stopped my truck, waded into the crowd of students, and fired off several shots with my Leica. This was the best.

Jim B.

Paulbe 11-09-2016 16:07

Jim B--well-- I had the location and the event wrong--but still think the pic is great!!
Thanks again!
Paul

brennanphotoguy 11-10-2016 03:33

Started digging through older stuff. For the past few months I've been developing with DDX and shooting my Tri-X at around 200. These are from a few years ago shooting Tri-X at 1600 and stand developing with Rodinal at 1+100.

Carroll Gardens by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Kayla by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Tears by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

Carroll Gardens by Brennan McKissick, on Flickr

kiemchacsu 11-10-2016 04:53

Brennan, fantastic photos. TriX @1600 makes black truly black.


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FujiLove 11-10-2016 05:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bingley (Post 2664991)
Tri-X at iso 250, in HC 110 dil. h:

Cypress by bingley0522, on Flickr

I love this photo...the composition and depth is superb.

Nigel Meaby 11-12-2016 06:21

Tri-X Leica M5 50 M-Elmar

Hanoi, Vietnam


kipkeston 11-12-2016 11:35

This is sublime.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bingley (Post 2664991)

Also this thread indicates that I should really try hc110.

p.giannakis 11-12-2016 12:08

Developed in Rodinal


Bingley 11-12-2016 14:43

@Fujilove, kipkeston - Many thanks! I think Tri-X is a different beast in 120. The grain is
less noticeable. Not sure why.

p.giannakis 11-12-2016 22:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by kipkeston (Post 2665766)

Also this thread indicates that I should really try hc110.

I much prefer HC110 for Tri-X than Rodinal. It appears less grainy in my eyes with just as good tones.


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