More from the Bergger BRF 400 Test Roll in Toronto

My only complaint with Bergger BRF 400 is the fact it curls when it dries after processing which makes scanning a bit of challenge. Aside from that if you are getting a bit bored of Tri-X, HP5 or Fomapan 400, give BRF 400 a try. I highly recommend it for shooting in different light environments (full sunshine, overcast and indoors) and in urban environments and processes well in most developers including my favourite HC110.

Camera: Nikon F3HP, Ai 50 f1.4 lens.
Film: Bergger BRF 400, HC110 B. for 7.5 min at 20c.

Escape To

CN Tower From the Music Garden

Two Generations of Street Cars

Prime Dock Location

Prime Dock Location II

Wavy Deck_

Piano Busker 2


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