Glow up your shots with Glow 400 film! This 35mm colour film creates vivid, warm tones and has ISO 400 so you can take pictures of your favourite moments with lightning speed. Embrace the joy of analogue photography and be the envy of all your friends
Glow 400 is one of a pair of films from Reto - both with ISO 400 - and designed to give slightly different colour tones in the same lighting situation. For a cooler look head over to AQUA 400!
Glow 400 can be processed in standard C-41 colour chemistry - available at most labs. This film is 27 exposures and DX-coded.
Please note that this film has been adapted by hand so you may experience some light leaks or other colour effects on your photos - especially with the first couple of frames on each roll ✨
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I didn't get the vivid colours the filmstock claims, what I did get was a very nice undersaturated colour palette with a distinct, yet controlled grain structure. The effect these two factors give is, at times, almost painterly.
It's not a stock for all situations at all, but it most certainly does have a place, and it's nice to see stock as experimental as this on the market. My only issue was that for a claimed 27 shots, I only got 26 from my Canon A1 (which is normally on the money in terms of frames per roll).
Having recently started up shooting film again, I'm having great fun with experimenting with all manner of different films - sadly I feel that this film won't be getting another purchase as it's a bit of a dud!
Not that much of a fan of the colours, saturation or how the images come out - but they definitely have a very particular aesthetic to them which you may be aiming for - otherwise would suggest giving it a miss
I got this in a mystery box and having seen some reviews on YouTube, I wasn't expecting it to be much good. But I think going in with the knowledge that it does tone down the saturation and give an old timey golden glow means you can choose your subject to suit its capabilities. I went to the tall ships festival at Hartlepool and took photos around the garden etc. and I am very pleased with the results. I am just beginning (again) with 35mm film so there are some duff ones but that was me!
I took okay ish pictures with this, but it only became truly vivid in really bright sunlight which was a bit disappointing especially for a film that is 400 iso.
Just had my first reel of this developed after receiving it in a mystery box. I’m currently in Beirut and the guy who processed the film was so impressed by its saturation and colour palette, also the cleanliness of the negatives. I loved the results too, lovely cinematic urban shots!