The holy grail of film photography, it must be good and fortunately things are. I find this particular 35mm negative suited for shooting complicated scenes due to its high contrast nature. Overexposed highlights retain detail well while images are crisp and sharp. Grain is more apparent than my liking so I often times wish for more professional grade film to be offered at 200 speed. Rated at 400, Kodak’s Tri-X is versatile, good for both in and outdoors.
If you are lacking in muse or gotten bored of colour photography, black and white will certainly open new doors.
Shot on Canon 500N paired to a Canon EF 35mm f/2 IS