I didn't quite get the measure of this new film in this first 120 roll, but it is better-suited to landscapes. Rated at ISO 80, reds and oranges are rendered very dark. When I had time to get out for my legal constitutional walk, it was pouring with rain, so I stayed at home and took some flower shots instead with the Pentax 6x7. From the Ilford website: === ILFORD ORTHO PLUS is an orthochromatic black and white film. Designed as a high-resolution copy film for negatives, ORTHO PLUS offers superb photographic potential thanks to its fine grain and sharpness. Ideally suited for landscape photography, the blue and green sensitivity of this emulsion enables the film to be handled in deep red* safelight conditions making processing and inspection easier. Its lack of red sensitivity also means that reds and oranges in your frame are rendered darker with stronger contrast than standard panchromatic films (all other ILFORD and Kentmere films are panchromatic). === I've also started playing with the histogram supplied by the Epson V550 scanner, so these needed almost no editing in Lightroom, though I did crop a few.