Lines and Grain

f/4 1/52, 34.2mm, ISO 400

Trying out the simulations on the X-T4 and have set myself up a dark black and white film setting with grain.

This is SOOC, what do you think?

An abstract image I know, but an illustration of what is possible.

Written by Keith

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2 comments

  1. I’ve always been a fan of strong grain in high contrast black and white. This looks to me a bit like Ilford FP4 pushed to 200 (grain) or 400 (contrast). I think a ever so slightly courser grain might be ideal. With that said I’m pressed by how realistic the shadow fall off is for a emulated film effect. Hope you’re enjoying the new camera!

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