Shooting with Ilford Pan F Plus 50

I realize I haven’t been as consistent with my posting as I would have intended.  That may change soon as I start shooting more in digital.  For now, here are some shots I took with a Minolta 500si that my brother lent me.  I loaded it with Ilford Pan F Plus 50, which is a low ISO black and white film that is used in portraiture quite a lot.  I took the camera out around Plymouth on a bright, clear day with strong sunlight, and here are the results:

 

I was pleased with the resulting images, although I wish a few of them had come out a little bit sharper.  This came from a batch of four films I shot over the past year, and I intend to post the rest of them soon.

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