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Matt Cope wrote:
Matt: How do you like the Ilford chromogenic B&W? I tried it a couple of times but it seemed too grainy. It's a good chance that I had the exposure off though, so that's why I'm asking
It is grainy (which is odd because a lot of people used to claim the chromogenic films were too fine grained to look right..) but noticably less so if you nail the exposure. A lot of my scans (like those posted) look grainier than they are because the scanning service I use tends to block up the grain a bit.. It's still worth it for me though because I can get it developed and scanned onto CD very easily and cheaply, and anything great I can replrint from the negative or get scanned properly..
I only tried it out once when I first started shooting film, but ended up just sticking with Kodak. I guess I'll give another go, but I've got about 20 rolls of the Kodak BW400CN in my freezer, so it might take awhile