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Washi D - Película de 35 mm

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Descripción

La inusual clasificación ISO de la film Washi D de 35 mm 500 se corresponde con sus orígenes inusuales: el de una film de vigilancia rusa utilizada para misiones militares de reconocimiento aéreo y pruebas aeroespaciales. Espere un alto contraste, grano moderado y una sensación soviética general cuando use .....

 

Formato: 35 mm
Color: B & amp; W
Tipo: Negativo
YO ASI: 500
Exposiciones: 36
Tamaño del paquete: 1

 

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Customer Reviews

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Joe Horner
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
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More punch that Muhammed Ali and slightly easier to tame!

This film seems to get pretty mixed reactions so I approached it with a little trepidation. Shooting wasn't an issue, in an old Canon AE-1, set to box speed. I wasn't entirely sure what to expect, or what would suit the film, so treated it as a sort mixed snapshot roll around and about in Llangollen on a bright overcast day.

But there was still the often mentioned development "issues" to handle. What worked for me was:

Bone dry AP reel, ignore the suggestions to add a "normal film" leader because that just increases resistance, have a very shallow chamfer on the leader so it can't escape easily from the spiral, load directly from cassette (DON'T rewind fully!), start it onto the reel in room light, and wind GENTLY but smoothly. If there's any sign of sticking, wriggle the spiral back & forth a few times to free it up. Went in first time in about 5 minutes :)

Development was in Rodinal 1+50 for 11 minutes, 4 inversions at the start of each minute. The negatives looked a little thin in the shadows but there was plenty of detail in most of them once scanned. Did need to shift the centre of the levels slightly in post for some shots to bring it out. Next roll may try metering at a more normal 400ISO just to lift things a little.

The results were exactly the sort of in-yer-face contrast that I love but without the grain that so often accompanies that look. Detail is fantastic, especially given the old glass it was shot through, and there's plenty of tonal subtlety despite the contrast.

I did suffer signs of light piping on the first 3 to 4 frames but I'd read the warnings and ignored them - loaded it outdoors in fairly bright shade - so can't blame the film for that. Even so, only the very first frame was really spoilt by it, the next 2 or 3 had slight perforation marks at the edges which could be easily cropped.

Overall, I found this a really satisfying film to shoot and really looking forward to the next couple of rolls now I know what to expect when choosing subjects.

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Ian T
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Meh...

I was really hoping this would be Washi S with a more usable ISO, and whilst it almost is, it's not worth the hassle.

Getting it on a reel as others have said was a massive pile of frustration. Normally, I'm pretty good at this but I ended up giving up with a Paterson tank and switching to Jobo because the reels are more forgiving. Getting it started wasn't the problem. As more of the film goes on the reel, it gets tighter and harder to wind, which is fine for normal film, but this stuff just pulls out the the track and kinks resulting in a pretty poor development.

I was therefore kinda hoping that it wasn't worth the effort, and was glad to discover it wasn't. Doesn't have the punch that Washi S has and my images were not really different to Streetpan or Rollei films and certainly weren't different enough for me to go through the pain of developing.

One or two images on the roll are keepers but the rest were either spoiled by the uneven dev, or just not up to scratch. If I want that hard hitting contrast, I'll go for Washi S and just play on sunny days. Lesson learned.

Canon F-1n, shot at 500, dev in Diafine, no PP on images.

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Derrick Wu
Perfect for: Beginners
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Ptetty good

Great tone and grain structure, I really like the contrast. But be warned it's super thin , it makes scanning a dream but my goodness getting it onto the reel for developing is a pain in the neck. It's for this reason only that it loses a star as otherwise I can't fault it particularly for grittier subjects and more abstract work.

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Lawrence
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Landscapes, Street Photography, Low light/Night
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A real surprise

I got this film to see what kind of look it would give me compared to the Cinestill BWXX I normally use. And I’d safely say I was very pleasantly surprised. For a 500 ISO film, it has a really fine grain (developed with Cinestill df96 mono bath) that has great detail and pretty solid shadow detail.
The only issue, and I do mean only, is the film base. It’s incredibly thin so loading onto Paterson reels to develop caused some bunching and some marks on the film as a result. Maybe my reel was wet at the time which made it harder, just beware if you develop yourself.
All in all I would get this film again, exposing fir the highlights get the signature soviet look, but expose for shadows and some very pleasant shots come out

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Caner borcbakan
Perfect for: Creative/Abstract
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So much Potential

The contrast satisfied me very much even though i shot most of it under daylight. Do not have much grain though... I would suggest pushing by +1 stop during development since it even gets pretty dark under daylight