"That day, I came home and cried," said Benny Lam when describing an experience photographing grim living conditions in Hong Kong. After four years of visiting over 100 sub-divided flats in the city's old district, Lam was accustomed to the wood-planked 15-square foot homes known as coffin cubicles.
Today, Kodak announced it was bringing back one of its iconic black-and-white films, TMax P3200, which has been out of production since 2012. It's a monochrome film that's extra-sensitive to light, so you can shoot with it in dark settings, and it will give you a gritty, grimy look that so many smartphone filter apps have tried to replicate.
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