Pan F for Fun

A roll of Ilford Pan F was sitting in the film tin, all alone.  It was taunting me, complaining about being unused and unexposed.  So into the Canon A-1 it went and off to Aberdour I went.

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The wee harbour at Aberdour, clearly a favourite haunt of mine.

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It’s ISO (or ASA in old money) rating is just 50 so plenty of light is needed, but the absence of grain and the tonal range is very impressive.  This is such a good film I’ve already ordered more.

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This is St Fillan’s church, where my parents got married many moons ago.

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It’s also nearly Halloween, can you tell?!?

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