Analog push process is when you take a low speed film and shoot it with much higher speed. I usually use Ilford Hp5 ISO 400 and shoot it at ISO 3200. Push process always means longer development times and bigger grain. On this picture of my dog, the grain is extremely big due to the push process and also because it is a blow-up picture, which means the oryginal picture is much bigger, and this is a big crop of the picture.
I just love to force Ilford HP5 ISO 3200. This film is brilliant and useful in dark light conditions. I like the grain and the greys. This picture was shot last month during vinyl sale at 100cznia – old shipyard which was transformed into a cultural facility.
Karwiny, Redłowo, Oksywie are the names of different parts of Gdynia, and also of some yachts in Gdynia Harbour. This picture was taken long ago with Biometar lens on tilt adapter. The film grain is the best part of it 🙂