NoColorStudio Experimental No. 10 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
P.K. (Northampton, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work
So sharp

This is very contrasty black and white film, so because of that results are rather dramatic. Deep shadows, extreme contrast, frying under the sun. If you are into that, give this film a go.

Nigel R. (York, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Nigel S. Rogers
Nice definition without needing to push

I'm new to film photography, havng picked up a cheap Praktica Super SL (though it died halfway through the following roll of film) and found the results from this very pleasing indeed without needing to push the film any further stops. I'm likely to keep buying the occasional roll so that as I improve and can better gauge things I'll have more positive results per roll than I currently do. At the price though, I think it's great, and the aerial reconnaissance element to it makes for something different which really grabbed me.

donald b. (Bexhill-on-Sea, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: Fat bloke with a camera
your only supposed to blow the bloody door off.

now this film will not be for everyone, first off dont use it in an auto wind/rewind camera, its a reused canister and you might find its pulled the film right out of the canister. however if you dont make my rookie error you will be rewarded with some lovely tones, deep blacks rich greys, great contrast . film seem to come in odd sized reels i got 27 shots of one roll. but its all worth it this a lovely to use film .

Jake W. (Penrith, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @newgolddreamer82
All My Monochromes

It's great to stick with your favourites and have some consistency in your work, but how do you discover your favourites in the first place if you don't try out some new emulsions? Plus, there are always those films you might not use that often, but treasure for their unique look, which might be just the thing for a particular set of images.
This is definitely one of those films. It has a punchy rendering, with a generous extra pinch of red sensitivity . Just the thing for lending an offbeat edge to the surrealistic landscape of Portland in Dorset on a sunny June day. It does need a bit more care in exposure and development. Pyro and 2 bath developers could be rewarding to work with here. The 100 really helped to bring out the landscape's atmosphere, where sea and sky met and the film speed was just right for the summer sunshine, though you might want the 1000 in autumn or winter. Give them both a whirl!

Mark T. (Dumfries, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Studio work
Accreditation Handles:
Versatile Monochrome Film

I bought a mixed pack of interesting film recently and NoColor No.10 was one of them. This is a nice standard 100 ISO film but with a little extended spectral sensitivity.
I ran it through my Minolta X-300s and developed it in ID-11. The results were very pleasing. It has a lovely range of greys with good highlights and shadows and I think it copes well with discriminating a range of foliage.
I'd use this again for a project where I need a rich palette of shades; a nice film.

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