Amongst all of the film s available, one of the very best you can still buy is Kodak T Max 100.
It’s used the world over by professionals for anything ranging from portraits to landscapes to fine art uses.
Because it has fine grain, it gives superbly sharp photographs and high resolution as well, and that’s why it;s so suitable for fine art especially, as normally this genre requires a high amount of detail. You can even use it for low light or night scenes without any problems whatsoever, as it is quite forgiving for incorrect exposure settings that you may have neglected by accident.
For those readers who like to develop their own films, what is the best chemical for T Max 100? I have always used Rodinal, but you can get good results with Kodak D 76, too. Aside of these two, I also have my own quirky set-up using liquids you may not have heard of….I will cover that in a separate article soon!
There you have it….now you know which film to buy if you want quality shots! And here are some photos taken with T Max 100 film: