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For an inexpensive B/W film, Kentmere 400 is excellent. I worked as the darkroom technician at a school. This is the film we gave students, and it worked out very well. Good quality, inexpensive and room for error.
Film photography is more expensive and more hassle than digital photography. Therefore, don't do initial learning with film. Learn the basics with digital. Once you get the equipment, the incremental cost of a picture is basically 0, unlike with film. You can learn about general exposure, framing, shutter speed effects, depth of field effects, and the ...
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