CineStill BwXX - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
K. (Northampton, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: @KhandiePhoto
Beautiful details with a softness

Not being a massive lover of black and white, I fell for this. Beautiful tones that handled areas of high contrast well. Loved it for portraits as well as street photography. Even on an overcast day made the images interesting.

Mitch N. (Derby, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Street Photography, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: @n5lng_st
First time user, will be ordering again!!!

This is fabulous stuff. I dabbled in film during my studies, but left it there. I picked up my old Olympus OM and threw in a roll of this for my trip to Rome.
Best decision ever, portraits to tight street shots this stuff is very forgiving. I was very apprehensive of the variable speed, but it didn’t skip a beat. Would recommend and will definitely be ordering more.

Dr.Ania (Hammersmith, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work
This is a show stopper!

I bought a few rolls if Cinestill 35mm and 120 with a conscious hope of finding an expression of nostalgia , for the London photowalk. I live in London , but avoid going 'into town' as it has become an uglier, dirtier beast than it was in my 20's (oldies all say that, because it's true), but didn't make the photowalk thanks to SW trains cancelling mine as I stood on the platform. I had hoped to find and replicate little cinematic corners of history for myself .
Never mind. I had a stock of Cinestill.
Sometimes the most amazing results come from using a film out of, what you originally thought was, it's context.
I had the film so I took it on my hols to France.
That is another story.
This week I got round to developing and printing some of the shots.
I had some Rodinal , so that's what I used , timing appropriate to shooting the film at 200. The camera was a Nikon FE , 28mm lens, with or without red filter.
It was pissing down with rain today so I had a go at printing.
I have to say ,I have a new favourite film!
It is a really moody one.
Luscious blacks, gorgeous contrast ( Gd 3 filter too contrasty, gd 2 a bit muddy, settled on 2.5)
Grain like golf balls.
Not to everyone's taste, but it is SO mine.
Lends itself well to storytelling , creative work and feeding the imagination. Extraordinarily good for textures and foliage.
I have no scanner , the only digital input to these images is the android phone i used to snap the prints for sharing here . They were a pleasure to print.
Try this at least once , especially if you print your own!

Gavin R. (Forfar, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Not sure it's worth the premium

I used most of this roll for long exposure shots at the beach through a huge stack of ND filters, hence the vignetting in the boat image. The exposure time there was around a minute off a tripod. The images look nice enough, but I'm not convinced they're better than what you would have got with a much cheaper film and there is quite a lot of grain. Long exposure perhaps isn't this film's strong suit. For comparison, the sea wall was shot at normal exposure durations freehand, and yet there is still a really surprising amount of grain for a fairly low ISO film.

Ted A. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Classic Cine-Film Stock!

Plenty of grain for ISO 250, but with bucketloads of character! Nice inherent contrast, and flexible with underexposure. Definitely worth trying this out!

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