Shooting the Ilford Pan F 50 Plus film with my Hasselblad 500 C/M

This is my final instalment of films I tried out in the Hasselblad whilst I was away in Turkey.

As previously mentioned with the other films, I thought this ISO 50 film would be great to try out in sunny Turkey.

The photos were again, taken during my visit to the Kaunos Ruins in Dalyan, Turkey:

This was the first time I had ever used this film and I was extremely impressed with the high contrast and tones. I also thought that the landscape and ruins worked well with this film.

It’s definitely a film I’d consider using again on a bright, sunny day for my landscape work.

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