Plenachrome is produced by William D. Walker, a hobby photographer in Madison Wisconsin.

The title is inspired by the 1930s-era film, Plenachrome. It was a brand of so-called “omnichrome” film, meaning a film that recorded more of the color spectrum than previous black-and-white films had. “Omni” was an exaggeration.

I use simple gear, namely:

I have never used Plenachrome film.