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For 40+ years, The Darkroom Photo Lab has specialized in quality film developing.

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From the Photo Lab
6/22/18

T-MAX P3200 vs Delta 3200 – Side by Side Comparisons

As soon as Kodak reintroduced TMAX p3200 the question was – how does it compare to Ilford Delta 3200? We shot both side-by-side with the same camera/lens combo, same settings at box speed – metering for the shadows. While both are high-speed B&W film stocks, they do have some noticeable differences: Contrast The main difference...

5/19/18

Pushing and Pulling Film

Everything you need to know about Shooting and Developing Pushed or Pulled Film

3/20/18

T-MAX Test – The New “old” Kodak Professional T-MAX P3200 Film

Kodak Alaris  Revives T-MAX P3200, a multi-speed panchromatic black-and-white negative film. This film has a nominal film speed of ISO 800 and the “P” means that it’s designed to be push-processed to EI 3200 or higherP3200. Here are the results of our first test roll of Kodak T-MAX P3200. We were very impressed – this film is...

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