Week 43 – Running well behind but here is my 1st ever roll of Neopan Acros 100

week-43-12What with the poor weather, work, the FP4Party stuff and Christmas fast approaching I am way behind with my 52 Rolls posts.

I have 4 other rolls still to dev/scan and this roll is technically week 46 but as it was the 1st time I have ever shot this film I decided to process it before the others ( I know its slightly cheating but its only the running order)  week-43-4Anyway back to the Neopan ….. I absolutely love it …. the sharpness … the contrast and the grain are gorgeous, I can’t believe that I have never tried it before.

This was 35mm shot on my Nikon F100 with the 50mm f1.4 and the level of detail in the scans is superb, I bet it looks even better in 120.week-43-5I shot this roll over about 2 weeks so there is a nice mix of slightly different subjects and lighting/weather which gave the film a good test and I can definitely say I will be buying more.

Thanks for looking…..

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12 thoughts on “Week 43 – Running well behind but here is my 1st ever roll of Neopan Acros 100

  1. Very nice. I was working with some scans from Delta 400 today, and thinking why don’t I shoot more Neopan Acros? (Can you tell the the Delta 400 was not quite cutting it?). Such a nice film, if I had any in the fridge, it would be my next roll.

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  3. Lovely images. I am in general not a fan of slower flims (as a lot of times I don’t have time to focus properly…), but I tried this stuff during the summer, and it was very nice. Still have one roll left, waiting until the sun comes out. If I may ask, Tim, what is your developer?

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