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What is DX Film?

Have you ever wondered what DX film is? Were you baffled by the barcodes and strange shapes on your 35mm films? Hopefully this video will make things clear. Although not the first to try, Kodak wanted to create a standard for the handling of 35mm film. So in 1983 they introduced Digital IndeXing. A system of three codes that was able to convey information about the film to different systems.

In my video I show you how these codes work, who they are intended for and how they affect you the photographer. Please consider subscribing to my channel if you haven’t already.

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Ilford Delta 3200 Pro

Fast Film & Low Light

Shooting film photography at night or in low light can be a challenge. Flash is often not effective, or spoils the look that we are going for. One option is to use fast film with a high ISO or ASA. In this video I explain the exposure triangle and how using fast film is challenging, but also a lot of fun.

Using my Yashica TL Electro-X and some Ilford Delta 3200 Professional, I take to the streets at night. The film produces some lovely results which I have also included in my “Film” album.

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