I recently bought a Bronica SQ-A system and shot a few rolls of colour film. However, since my chemicals always expire before i have enough film developed i have decided to store my exposed film until i have enough to develop over a period of a week or so, thus ensuring i dont waste precious chemicals. This has meant, however that i havent yet seen any results from my new camera! So a few nights ago i decided to shoot and develop a roll of TRI-X 400 to see the results.
Now im not really a massive fan of TRI-X. i have used it once before and the pictures came out very grey; i prefer to use Ilford HP5+ as i like the tones and contrast more. But this being a test roll i didnt want to waste any so in went my second roll of TRI-X. I set up my camera on the tripod, plugged in the cable release and started firing away. Heres the results:
Im pretty chuffed with how they came out to be honest, considering i blasted them out rather quickly. I still think im going to stick with the HP5+ though.