Provides kind of graphic design style to images due to its high contrast. It has ultra fine grain.
Photoshop Actions to Emulate Black & White Films
66.Kodak Technical Pan
Film simulation for Photoshop. Mainly used in outdoor photography, it was discontinued in 2004.
Iconic black and white film from Kodak, it was launched in 1933 and discontinued in 1987.
68.Ilford Pan-F Plus
The finest grain in Ilford family. It renders very soft and smooth skin tones, due to its low contrast.
69.Ilford Ortho Plus
Orthochromatic film (sensitive to blue and green lights). It applies high contrast and fine grain.
70.Agfa APX 100
Actually discontinued, a revival of this film has been announced by german manufacturer ADOX.
71.Fuji Neopan 100 Acros
Vintage black-white film simulation action for Photoshop. It's Fuji's newest B&W film.
72.Ilford Delta 100
Tabular grain film (silver halide crystals in the emulsion are flatter than usual) introduced in 1992.
73.Ilford FP-4 Plus
Film introduced in 1990 and still in production today. It is also know as FP4+.
74.Agfa Scala 200
Film with tonality similar to that of APX 100, but with bigger film grain.
75.Fuji Neopan 400
Considered a professional black & white film capable of attaining superior image results.
76.Kodak Tri-X 400
Introduced in 1940, the favorite for photo-journalists Robert Capa or Henri Cartier-Bresson.
77.Ilford HP-5 Plus
Ilford's best selling film of all times, introduced in 1935. First HP film (Hypersensitive Panchromatic).
78.Fuji Neopan 1600
Characterized for its high sensitivity and sharpness, it is considered a multi-purpose film.
79.Kodak T-Max 3200
Panchromatic film with tabular-grain discontinued in 2012. The highest sensitivity in Kodak family.
80.Ilford Delta 3200
The highest sensitivity in Ilford family, it adds a very characteristic grainy look.
81.Agfa Rollei Ortho 25
Characterized by its fine grain and high sharpness, it is used for graphical purposes.
82.Agfa APX 25
Distinguished by its soft grain, it is used for general purposes when shooting under daylight.
83.Agfa Rollei Retro 80
Very rare and unique in its kind, it's really appreciated among artists and graphic designers.
84.Fomapan Classic 100
One of the most popular films produced by czech company "Foma Bohemia".
85.Kodak T-Max 100
Considered one of the best black & white films ever made. It applies very fine film grain.
86.Kodak Plus-X 125
Film produced from 1954 to 2011, very similar to Kodak T-Max 100.
87.Agfa APX 400
Produced by Agfa since 1990, it's actually discontinued. Renders a particular interpretation of reality.
88.Kodak BW 400 CN
Its chromogenic emulsion gives a superior contrast and sharpness compared to other ISO 400 films.
Film characterized by its high end sharpness and contrast, used in a wide range of applications.
90.Rollei Retro 100 Tonal
Orthopanchromatic film used for general purposes photography, with very high sharpness and soft grain.
91.Fomapan Creative 200
Film frequently used in outdoor photography, when adverse light conditions appear.
92.Ilford Delta 400
Great sharpness and detail preservation, an ideal choice to capture action and sports.
93.Kodak T-Max 400
Very similar to T-Max 100, it is the favorite film of traditional photo-journalists.
94.Ilford XP-2 400
Photoshop action to emulate this very versatile film due to its high sensitivity.
95.Fuji Neopan 400 CN
One of the most popular black & white films from Fuji. Used in situations when capturing the action is essential.
Actually discontinued, it was used in a wide range of scenes due to its high sensitivity.