In the end all you want is a pen that writes well and a life that you’ve lived well World Pentax Day Gallery. We empathize with the Pro photographers and consumers who use and love this film, but given the significant minimum order quantity necessary to coat more product combined with the very small customer demand, it is a decision we have to make. The BWCN film has been popular among analogue shooters for its sharp, fine grained photos conveniently processed in C But a pity to lost it. DCdishes Denisha’s Adventures in Cooking.
Photographer Sunny Liu walks us through with his personal experience with the Lomogon 2. Gear How-To Galleries Shop. Log in or register to post comments. I think I’m going to need a bigger fridge. I am novice on films. Tags – Make this thread easier to find by adding keywords to it! Digitalis Pentaxian Join Date:
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It’s easy to process and you can push or pull it for as much time as you want and chose the developer you want to use for the stock your using. Last edited by hinman; at One of my favorite films. Please login to leave a comment.
With film use continuing to decline, it’s inevitable that more and more once common films will become harder and harder to find, and eventually discontinued. People used to shoot film because they had to.
Kodak Officially Discontinues BWCN Film | Popular Photography
Zach Sutton – August 20, Welcome to the team, Kyle. Saturation, contrast, dodging, burning, etc are just a mouse click and swipe away nowadays.
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Prints made at the local processing store always had whatever color casts their poorly maintained print processor dished out that day no offense to the untrained non-photographic staff at places like Bw400xn, Walmart, etc. I preferred it over the Ilford XP2. Product should continue to be available in the market for up to six months, depending on demand. The people at Kodak Alaris have come up with their interpretation and it is presented in their product offering.
Works well in Caffenol! There’s no doubt that film photography has changed.
Kodak to Discontinue BW400CN Film
I love Tri-X as well. Jennifer Kelley – August 20, Well For that matter, TMax has lately been somewhat difficult as well. Returning to Analogue with Galina Mushinsky people. One can never have to much film stockpiled. Now we shoot film because we want fi,m.
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I am a huge fan of the Tri-X and Portra films from Kodak. Another one bites the bw400vn I really really like this film.
Kodak Discontinues BW400CN Film
I really hope they continue to produce those In a statement discoontinued its website, Kodak said: Originally posted by 6BQ5. Though as it was already extremely difficult to find in local shops it likely isn’t going to have too much effect on me.
One of the most readily available bw4000cn films on the market is no more. The BWCN film has been popular among analogue shooters for its sharp, fine grained photos conveniently processed in C Like Liked by 1 person. But I think gofour3 hints at a really good point here: Yet another piece of unfortunate news makes its way to our feed today as Kodak Alaris announces the halting of the production of its BWCN film stock.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. I do not understand why, instead of discontinuing film, Kodak did not try to sell the film division to another company.