This high-speed iso film is ideal for low light shooting. It has very noticeable grain, especially in 35mm. The 35mm grain is chunky but when properly exposed it looks amazing. we like the grain even more in 120 which is more subtle and pleasant looking. This film has medium contrast, very subtle tones, and pretty good exposure latitude. We love it for window lit portraits and low light portraiture. This is a film you want to meter for the shadows, being careful not to underexpose or else it gets really muddy and flat.
ILFORD Delta 3200 - Film Review
Black and White at Night
If you love the film noir look from cinema, then you love this film in 120. I haven’t tried the 35mm, so my review is based of of 120. I love to shoot this at night on the street. Gritty downtowns look amazing on this film. Perfect for low light situations. I often shoot it at 1600 iso.
Favorite 120 B&W film.
I rarely shoot this film in 35mm because the grain is a little to chunky for my taste but I love the grain in 120. The 120 grain is absolutely beautiful and I love it for portraits and low light hand-held shooing.