Post your photos made on Ilford FP4+
Old 06-12-2019   #1
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Post your photos made on Ilford FP4+

It would be good to run a thread for FP4+ similar to John Bragg's thread on HP5+.

So please share your photos made on FP4+ in this thread, with some details about your recipe and methods. I will start the ball rolling with this photo , taken with a Leica CL and Voigtlander Ultron 35mm f/2 Ashperical Vintage Line lens, FP4+ @ISO 125 developed in ID-11 diluted 1+3 for 18 mins @ 24C with 10secs rapid inversions once a minute.

As John mentioned in the other thread it will be good to compare and share results achievable with this film.


exposure @f/2 and probably 1/60
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Old 06-12-2019   #2
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FP4+ @iso125 in XTOL 1+1 10min 20C 10secs rapid inversions once a minute.
Topcon RE Super with Topcor 58mm f1.4


end of day #760 by lynnb's snaps, on Flickr
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FP4+ in XTOL 1+1 10min 20C 10secs rapid inversions once a minute, in harder light
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I haven't used it all that much, in the past I preferred any of the other main medium-slow films; particularly Plus-X, before it was phased out. But this year I'll give FP4+ a whirl with approximately thirty rolls.

The following from one of the rare occasions I used FP4+ in the past. [Canon EOS A2/5, Canon EF 50/1.4, Ilford FP4+ 125, Xtol 1+1.]

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Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35mm f2
FP4+ pushed to 250 and souped in XTOL 1:1
30secs inversions, then 3 per minute for 12 minutes

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Manchester Northern Quarter, June 2018

Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35mm f2
Ilford FP4+ @125, FX39 1:9 for 5.30 minutes (30 secs then 3 inversions each minute)

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Ilford FP-4, developed in PMK. I gave this film N-1 developing, a reduced developing time to lower contrast. Shot in a Mamiya 6 with 75mm f3.5 lens.







Ilford FP-4, developed in PMK. Shot in a Mamiya 6 with 150mm f4.5 lens. This shows the incredible tonality that the combination of FP-4 and PMK give in foggy conditions.








Ilford FP-4 developed in D-76 1+1. Shot with a Mamiya 645 Super and 150mm f3.5 lens.







Ilford FP-4 developed in Rodinal 1+50. Hasselblad 503CX and 80mm f2.8 CF lens.




FP-4 is one of the most beautiful B&W films that I have used, and it is very versatile, giving wonderful results in every developer that I have tried with it. My Favorite is PMK, but D-76 1+1 and Rodinal are good, too.
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Leica M3-DS. Summilux 50mmF1.4 v2. Ilford FP4+ @250 expired 1996 rolled from bulk. XTol 1+1. Agitations first minute, then 2 Slow agitations every 2 minutes.





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