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Tri-X Pan

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  1. Tri-X, with its narrower tonal range, seldom looked flat and its harder, steelier style fitted the mood first of the realism of the Fifties, then of the casual, go anywhere, do anything mood of the Sixties.
  2. Kodak Professional Tri-X is a high-speed panchromatic black and white negative film designed for use in a wide variety of shooting conditions. Characterized by its fine grain, high sharpness, and wide exposure latitude, this ISO /26° film also distinguishes itself with notably smooth tonal gradations and brilliant highlights.
  3. Along with the long-lost Kodachrome, Kodak’s Tri-X might be the most iconic film the American photographic giant has made. It is 62 years since Tri-X was released; a ISO black and white film.
  4. KODAK Tri-X Pan, TX Black & White Bulk Negative Film ISO , 35mm Size, ' Roll, Kodak. $ reg $ Sold and shipped by Adorama Camera. KODAK Professional Tri-X Pan 3Black & White Film ISO , 4x5, 10 Sheets. Kodak. $ reg $
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  7. Nov 29,  · I use the "Tri-x pro", well at least this name is printed on the paper package. The name on the film says "Tri-x pan ". Now, are "Tri-x pan / Tri-x pro" and "Tri-x pan" identical?! Does "pro" indicate different characteristics? Thanks. Tim.
  8. Kodak EasyShare P Digital Camera HD2 Professional Accessory Kit TRI-X Pan Film Professional Inkjet Photo Paper Roll, Luster, mil, 6" x ft, White Kodak 10 C Color Ink Cartridge 2 ct Box Kodak - Scanner consumable kit - for Kodak i Kodak Scanner Imaging Guide Set.
  9. Get That Tri-X Pan Look Read More. By Andy. selective color trix pan black and white conversion tutorial photoshop photoshop tutorial. At this point I also chose to do some curves adjustments, with a layer mask, so that I could really get some pop in the image. I also reduced the opacity of the noise layer, just a bit (you do this to taste.

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