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Old 05-31-2015   #1
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Post your photos made on Ilford HP5+

Hi folks, post your photos made on HP5+ with some details about your recipe and methods. I will start the ball rolling with this photo , taken with a Nikon F100 and 28mm f2.8 Ais Nikkor, rated at Ei 200 and developed in HC-110 dilution H for 12 mins @ 20c.
It will be good to compare and share results with this versatile film stock

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Nikon F100 and 50mm f1.8 Af D, exposed at Ei 200 and developed in HC-110 dilution H for 12 mins @ 20c


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I like my one-man lab's results with D76 standard development, especially with medium format. The following are from a new camera (GF670) and my oldest camera (Ikonta 520/16).




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Old 06-01-2015   #5
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35mm HP5+ IS0400 in D76 1+1 13m 20C 6 gentle inversions then 2 every minute



120 HP5+ IS0400 in D76 1+1 6 gentle inversions then 2 every minute

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Old 06-01-2015   #6
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35mm HP5+ ISO400 in XTOL 1:1 12m 20C 6 gentle inversions then 2 every minute



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Old 06-01-2015   #7
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I think the OP is particularly interested in EI, time and temp as well as developer dilution.
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I think the OP is particularly interested in EI, time and temp as well as developer dilution.
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Hi Pete, I included that with my posts but not essential. Just nice to see some great work, and also find out and learn how others work.

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Old 06-01-2015   #9
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I've been developing HP5+ with HC-110 Dilution B on a roller for over a year now.
rated at 400 is 5min, 7:30min for +1 and 11min for +2

35mm HP5+ @ 400

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Old 06-01-2015   #10
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HP5 looks best rated at 800 and developed in HC:B or 1600 and developed in Rodinal.

These two combos are extraordinary.
Sounds very promising to me. I hope it comes with grain and contrast.
I have both developers. And HP5 seems to be only one 400 in bulks I have money and interest as 400 film.

Just not sure if 1600 is any good for real low light...
Ilford HP5+. 1/30, f3.5. Kodak HC-110 B.

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Nikon f100 and 35-70 f2.8 AF Zoom Nikkor D, rated @ Ei200 and developed in HC-110 Dilution H for 12 mins @ 20c.

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Old 06-01-2015   #12
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I started shooting film in 2007 with HP5, because there is a dealer in Istanbul, quickly because of cost, i began developing my own film and scanning it. While I've shot some Delta 100, Pan 50, Delta 400, Delta 3200, and a handful of Kodak B&W, I predominantly shoot HP5, E! 400, developed with DD-X 1+4, 9 min. @ 20c, Ilford Rapidfix 1+4 5 min. I seldom shoot digital, and prefer to use Ilford products because of availability and Ilford's commitment to film.

Here are a few, HP5, E! 400, developed with DD-X 1+4, 9 min. @ 20c










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Nikon F100 - with an 85mm f1.4. Probably shot at 1.4 as I remember I was thinking I was really pushing the envelope trying to get any decent reading at all. And not thinking anything would show up -- a bit of motion blur on her face. Developed with D76.

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Bruno, that's awesome that you've meet Steve McCurry in person
pic #2 and #3 are great!
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Old 06-05-2015   #18
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Nikon AIS 20mm/f2.8 (1st picture) and 85mm/f2, HP5 @ 400 ISO, developed in DD-X for 9 min at 20C. All photos taken at the National Gallery in DC:





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^^Tom, I think Seurat developed that picture in Rodinal, with frequent agitation
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^^Tom, I think Seurat developed that picture in Rodinal, with frequent agitation
It certainly wasnt stand developed, but I can see the point he was trying to make.
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D-76 1:5 @ 20c for 12 minutes, with constant agitation for the first minute, then 3 inversions every two minutes.

I think this was a 7-minute exposure, shot on a Mamiya 7ii with 43mm lens.

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HP5 @ 400 Rodinal 1+50 11 min with 4 inversions every minute (scanned prints)



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Nikon F100 and 85mm Nikkor F1.8 af D, rated @ ei200 developed in HC-110 H for 12 mins at 20c

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HP5+ EI400 in XTOL 1+1 as per Massive Dev Chart (12m 20C, 6 inversions to start then 3 inversions every minute).
Shadows had good detail before being dropped to black in LR.
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Old 03-28-2017   #32
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oly om10, zuiko 50/1.8, hp5+, hc110, pakon scan dil H around 14min, semi stand. Gentle agi every 2minutes (very gentle)





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this time with Konica t4 and ar50/1.4 hc110 dil b standard dev time, gentle agi every minute

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Nikon F80 AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D, HP5+ ISO400 in XTOL 1+1 12min 20C

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These 50 photos in my series of portraits of regular Cuban people were shot on a combination 35mm Tri-X, Neopan 400, and HP5. I am sure you film mavens will be able to determine which photo was shot with which film.
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