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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It’s cheap and thus a good learning film. Ortho film used to be a favorite of some portrait photographers.

We tried using green and yellow, yellow-green and red filters with panchromatic film to no effect. I will also try shooting portraits on it.

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What I do like, however, is the window. Related groups — ilford ortho plus View all 4. Toned in Fotospeed Selenium toner 1: Yuna by Jinzo Shiraishi. Does the Ortho Plus have the same spectral response as the pictorial ortho from the past, ’20s and ’30s? On the other hand, I’d recommend red, and so would Ilford. There is the ortho-litho film, ie Kodalith that is a graphic arts film that gives pure black and white with little or no grey tones.

Pupshaw accompanied me as my assistant: Processed in D76 stock solution.

Share This Page Tweet. The Iconic ’50s Chevy. Guess I throw out thousands of enlarged negatives that I have done using these films, doing exactly what I have said above. Scanner Epson Perfection24bits, dpi. Ilford Ortho Plus, orth. They do vary, in my experience.


I use it in my Graflex and ilgord Harman pinhole Je ilflrd bien voir l’effet I was pretty bummed about it, but didn’t tell anyone. The End of an Era by Eric Smith. Lighting was very subdued, with complete overcast conditions. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. I see from the spec sheet that my usual DDX and Rodinal are not recommended for this, so does anyone have any recommendations on a developer for sheet film?

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Jun 26, 4. 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. I personally scan the negatives and have digital prints made. Ilford Ortho Plus 80 overview.


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Pacemaker Crown Graphic 4×5 Lens: What I got was a spooky image that made it into my last show. BelAir by Alex Luyckx. Ilford Ortho Plus is a medium speed black and white negative orthochromatic film that is especially well-suited for continuous tone copy or reproduction work, as well as for half-tone, technical, and forensic applications.

Year Camera 10x15cm. I’ll check what my local supplier has, but will definitely try the cheapo Rodinal as well. Put it in the camera and you get a negative I Shoot Ilford Film. This time we used more period correct Ilford Ortho Plus film.

Film underdeveloped in a weak Caffenol solution. Everything you need to know, and then some: Whose OC is it? Betty Ortho by Minimal Cinema. If your safe light is yellow and not directly overhead, you can develop ortho film with it. The spectral response of the film seems from the Ilford data sheet to stop in the middle of the green area, which makes it a little difficult to use with any subject with a full color range. The original left a lot to be desired when I looked at it on my Mac with a Retina display.

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Brookfield Place by Alex Luyckx. The perspective will be a little off. For further details see delivery estimates in cart.

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Mouse over the photo to see what’s what. Unfortunately, in my zine where this image first appared, the printer really screwed this up. This one needed a makeover in the worst way.

Tout simplement pour donner un effet rouge-orange-jaune, selon le film et les conditions lumineuses. Thanks John, that’s the one I referred to as the spec sheet. This is a test of my new “Red Can One” curved-plane pinhole camera in which I placed two sheets of Ilford Ortho Plus 4×5 film in the can, taped together with scotch tape. View all All Photos Tagged ilford ortho plus.