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.