Street Candy ATM400 - 35mm Film
Our Price: £8.75 GBP100211
Street Candy film is a sweet 35mm emulsion brought to you by the brains behind 'OnFilmOnly' - and the first film in our range to be packaged in a cardboard canister! This new eco-friendly holder is sturdy and strong while also being made from 100% recycled material.
The high sensitivity of this high contrast black and white film makes it perfect for street photography and dramatic light conditions. You will enjoy the bright branding as much as you will enjoy shooting with it!
Street Candy is the first film from Vincent, the man behind "On Film Only". His passion for analogue photography is exceptionally strong and we hope that this is the first of many products that he brings to the film market!
For more information about the brand check out our interview with Vincent.
Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Street Candy ATM400 Film 35mm B&W ISO 400 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
This is such a good, high contrast film that creates beautiful crisp and grainy images. This is my second time purchasing this film but I’m sure it won’t be my last.
Shot this film in a Nikon FM3A. After shooting more classic Black and whites like HP5 etc this one was a lot more grainy & gritty. Really enjoyed the atmosphere this gave to the images. The true star is the environmentally friendly packaging. I've kept it on my shelf as part of my film box display.
This film is incredibly detailed despite the amount of grain it has. Harsh contrast but perfect for (as the name suggests) Street photography. After only one roll, it has earned a frequent enough spot when running random errands or just doing a random walk-about. I developed this particular roll in Kodak's HC-110 (B - 1:31) at a higher than usual temperature and I was shocked at how absolutely sharp the negatives looked straight out of the tank.
Slightly Negative Note (a.k.a the reason for the loss of a star):
The one peeve I have with this film is how ridiculously curly it is when dried; it just refuses to lay flat to facilitate proper digitising/scanning - however, I have accepted that this is the nature of the film... still frustrating to deal with sometimes though, so keep that lil tid bit in mind especially if home developing/scanning.
Gorgeously packaged, it sat in my drawer for about 6 months, egging me to use it, I finally did and must admit it’s not my cup of tea. I love high contrast - deep blacks, white whites - I can do without grey in these COVID times, but this film is just a little too grainy and rough for me.
It’s probably very good if you want a gritty look to your street photography, and I’d recommend it for that. It isn’t a portrait film, that’s for sure.
I went on line and the developing instructions were to develop as HP5, I had a roll of that so put them both in the pot, the HP5 came out better, so it would be useful if somebody has deviated from that and got good results.