This is the last shot that I'll be showing you in a series that I took recently using a 1950s Zeiss Ikon medium format 6cm x 6cm film camera. This is part of the glass and steel stairwell and lift shaft at Manchester Art Gallery.
This is straight from the digital scan of the film with no post processing. The film I used was Ilford XP2 Super iso400 which is a modern B&W film that can be processed by any high street photography store.
If any of you out there like the idea of trying B&W photography but are put off by problems in converting the files from your digital camera to mono then I'd urge you to give B&W film a try as the required post processing is minimal or non existent. Its also a great foundation for understanding B&W better if you later decide you like it and want to convert to the ease of digital.
Like what you see here and are interested in photographic composition?.....the blog section of my website now has a complete set of 5 articles covering my personal approach to the subject: Ian Bramham Photography - Blog
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FUJI FILM SP-3000