EXPOSURE RATING. ILFORD ORTHO Plus black and white copy film is designed for many applications. It is particularly recommended for continuous tone copy. Camera used for this shot was the Pinhead 3D printed pinhole camera – focal length = 90mm with a mm pinhole, with Ilford Ortho Plus @64ASA, processed. ILFORD ORTHO PLUS Copy Film is a medium speed fine grain film suitable for studio photography, continuous tone copying, medical and forensic applications.

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Jun 26, 2. First test of Ilford Ortho Plus 4×5 film, processed in D straight for 7 minutes.

Our normal run is 6 minutes at 75 degrees. So I’d be a bit careful in controlling temp, time ilfor such. After the list of tags there is a list of notes, and you now need to mouse over the notes to se the note-frame on the photo. How many mistakes can you make on one image? The Large Format Pinhole Group.

Are you planning on a negative image once you print? I hate doing that – I want to keep my prices as low as possible to make my work available to as many people as possible. Sandeha LynchJun 7, Juste pour le plaisir d’en faire Ilford Ortho Plus, 80iso. Be aware that ortho films will emphacize skin blemishes and are considered unflattering for portraiture at least for female subjects.


Or maybe I should just go back and take it again.

All help much appreciated, Lachlan. Another portrait of Juliet made with my Century no. Local Photographers can join my Flickr Group www.

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The Village of Brandywine grew around the mills and became one of the earliest communities to emerge in the Cuyahoga Valley. Why recommend stand development?

Epson V Catalog ID: Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. Does the Ortho Plus have the same spectral response as the pictorial ortho from the past, ’20s and ’30s?

I think this may explain to some degree the mottling in the sky values ;- Interesting, though! Grist and woolen mills followed.

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On the other hand, I’d recommend red, and so would Ilford. What I do like, however, is the window. Safelight for ortho films should be dark red. The emulsion is long-expired and this is just what happens. Silver not the famous one – ilford ortho plus. I would quite like to try these films for some LF portraiture in 4×5 and was wondering what sort of safelight to use and which developers to use.

With a yellow filter on the camera you would be hard pressed to tell any difference.

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I have been revisiting that shot for a few years, in the attempt to get the perfect shot. It takes nearly 3 full minutes for the film to fog enough for a flat image while holding it at arms length next to a yellow safe light to get that base fog.


Whose OC is it? Ilford Ortho Plus, developed in D stock. Brookfield Place by Alex Luyckx. Even thin images have a great amount of usability. Discussion in ‘ Large Format ‘ started by sandeha lynchJun 6, Jun 26, 3. Rated 5 out of 5 orto Leslie from Excellent film Great product, using for graphic art and copy work. Ilfofd got excellent results.

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To me the two top films are Ilford and Bergger, with Bergger being my most favorite. Ortho film used to be a orfho of some portrait photographers. The spectral sensitization may be done only up to orho light but deeply sensitized emulsions have some intrinsic sensitivity to yellow to red range, though the sensitivity is not photographically useful in camera, so keep the safelight dim, especially at the beginning.

The Petosky Clock by Alex Luyckx.