Trying out Kosmo Foto’s newest stock, Agent Shadow.
This is a 400 iso panchromatic film that can be pushed up to 6400 🤯. I will try that out in another post. It might be an existing emulsion but they customized the borders with Agent Shadow branding.
I then developed in
Ilford Ilfotec HC @ 1:31 for 6 minutes. The usual Ilford method of agitation,
1 minute stop bath and then
fixed for 5 minutes in Ilford Rapid Fixer.
I usually do a few water changes to rinse and then a quick rinse under running water once removed from the spool.
I’m super happy with the results, I might be stocking up regularly on this one.
Roots of a cedar tree in the forest
Looking up the through the canopy
Mossy cedar branches
Salmon making their way up stream, and a waterfall
A closer crop of another frame, glad this is a 400 iso film
Overcast day in the shade, really nice detail in the bark on this oak
This one could have used a filter to separate the colors a bit, but pretty good overall
Overall this film seems to handle very well, no surprise given that it is ‘an existing emulsion made by a company with more than a century’s experience in making film’. The waterfall negatives are a bit thin as I used the shutter speeds I wanted rather than those I should have, but there is still plenty of detail in the shadows and highlights.