Tag: Kodak Tri-X 400
Becoming less politically conservative
My time at this church made me less politically conservative.
Being a parent to adult children
My mom painted and reglazed the 50-year-old windows in my house, and I didn’t understand why until I had adult children myself.
Expired Kodak Tri-X in the Olympus Stylus
Madison, Indiana on Kodak Tri-X expired since 2001.
The lighthouse at Michigan City
The trip Margaret and I made to South Bend included a short jaunt over to Michigan City. Despite it being a chilly, windy day, we hit the beach at Lake Michigan and walked out to the lighthouse. Olympus XA and Kodak Tri-X 400, expired 6/2001, in HC-110, Dilution B.
South Bend on expired Kodak Tri-X 400
Some black-and-white images of my hometown.
The Indianapolis Zoo on Kodak Tri-X 400
I shot some classic black-and-white film at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Walking through Zionsville in the rain with an old camera and expired Kodak Tri-X
I shot some expired Tri-X in my 1950 Argus Argoflex Forty and got some decent results.
40-year-old Tri-X in the Yashica-12
Expired Tri-X documenting a small Indiana town.
Kodak Tri-X info sheet from 1981
A look at the info sheet Kodak used to pack into every box of Tri-X. It’s full of useful tips for getting the most out of this film.
single frame: Cormorant hood ornament
A Packard hood ornament on Tri-X.
single frame: Abandoned US 40 bridge
An abandoned bridge near Plainfield, IN, that used to carry US 40.
Living room still lifes
Some still lifes shot in my living room with my Yashica-12 on Kodak Tri-X.