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Silberra Color 100 - Película de 35 mm - ¡EDICIÓN LIMITADA!

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Descripción

¡Una film negativa en color de edición limitada muy especial! Silberra no está revelando cómo llegaron a esta film , ¡pero dicen que no está disponible en ningún otro lugar del mundo! Así que tome un rollo para probarlo usted mismo: promete alta resolución, grano moderado y sensibilidad mejorada al rojo y al verde.

Su foto de muestra es también la toma de muestra de aspecto más ruso en nuestro sitio.😂

 

Especificación

Formato: 35 mm
Color: Color
Tipo: Negativo
YO ASI: 100
Exposiciones: 36
Tamaño del paquete: 1

 

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Silberra se formó en febrero de 2017 como una rama de una empresa rusa que distribuye Ilford y Foma en todo el país, además de dirigir una de las principales tiendas de fotografía film de Rusia. Desde que comenzaron el viaje para crear su propia marca de film en asociación con una fábrica local Micron, han trabajado incansablemente para superar los diversos obstáculos y problemas en la búsqueda de su objetivo: hacer un nuevo conjunto de películas desde cero que brindará resultados excepcionales a fotógrafos de film de todo el mundo.d.

 

Donde enviamos

Cuando nos compre la film de su cámara, podemos enviarla a todo el Reino Unido, Europa, EE. UU., Nueva Zelanda, Australia y Canadá, ¡más países planeados pronto! ¡Compre su película Silberra Color 100 de 35 mm hoy y vuelva a sumergirse en la diversión de la fotografía de film de 35 mm!y!

Tomas de muestra c Silberrara

Customer Reviews

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Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: youtube.com/zupaiso

This film reminds me of the discontinued Svema Color 125 film which I really enjoyed. It's not as highly stylized though but has a more subtle feel to it. It has a noticeable magenta/dirty pink tint, which in certain conditions can give almost sepia-like feel to the pictures. It also renders greens a bit towards cyans (or at least it was my impression). Quite a high grain for a 100 ISO film but like the colour cast, it's part of it's charm. Sadly, it is not available anymore...

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H.J.
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Creative/Abstract
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Ig:Henry.james2990
Wow! Very interesting film

I recently picked up this film on a whim. I really enjoyed shooting it and getting the negatives back I was surprised how warm/red shifted the film is. Almost sepia toned. A couple of my frames came back with a very red cast which could be error on my part/the developer - I've included this shot in my sample photos.
The film is about standard in terms of grain for a 100iso film and I can't comment on how it performs being pushed.
I wouldn't call it an all round film due to the unusual colour pallette and slow speed

Overall it's very much worth picking up and I'm very happy with the results

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S.V.P.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Landscapes
Picture from the previous review

This is the picture from the previous review (the system did not allow uploading at that time).

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R.A.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract, Studio work
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Richard Alonzo
Life is short, experiment!

Not sure why I chose this film as I’m colour blind, but I really enjoyed the results, returning to film after a 20+ year break. It was great to shoot again on my trusty old praktica super tl2, the camera that sparked my lifelong love of photography.

As it was the depths of winter when I picked this up I shot mainly still life indoors with a few snaps at the local park. Had the film developed by a local lab and scanned the negatives myself so hopefully haven’t thrown this films unique colour balance off in the sample shots.

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S.P.
Good stuff

I develop myself. When preheating the film, water absorbs the antihalation layer, and becomes colored. The water from this film is very similar to Kodak Ektar.

Picture-wise, interesting enough to spend 10 quid, a bit yellower than Fuji C200, a bit bluer than Kodak Gold. Here's an example: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1obJAiLgr9vRRm6Z7at8p5PcV7wdsAn98/view?usp=sharing