Street Candy Psychedelic Street 400 - 35mm Film


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Anne M. (Southwark, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: @version3point1
Great if you’re looking to try that ‘washed out’ look

If you’re looking for punchy colours, then perhaps try something else! Psychedelic Street 400 is for people looking for a desaturated, low-contrast vibe - shooting it in bright light or sunshine gives images a dreamy feel. Perhaps not as ‘psychedelic’ as the name implies, but tones are muted, with a green and yellow cast gently coming through.

The grain was a bit more than I was expecting for a 400 speed film shot in mostly bright conditions; in low light, dusk or overcast, expect that grain to come through a little bit more and for things to get lost in the muddy shadows.

Potentially could be used for some creative portrait scenes, but I feel you could probably get the same effect shooting some expired Fuji Superia.

Shot with a Canon EOS 30 and 50mm f1.4.
Processed and scanned by Analogue Wonderland.

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Sam D. (Long Preston, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: www.samsphotogallery.com @samdavisphotographer
A fun film with a chance to show artistic flare

My favourite characteristic of this film is the muted colours, with warm yellows and prominent, yet almost pastel greens. The more coarse grain gives a pleasing vintage look, but this wasn't what I was expecting from a 400 speed film. A good choice for street photography and still life, but I wouldn't advise using it for portraiture and landscapes that you want to blow up large. A good film, but not technically great and sadly not for me.

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Tom W. (Edgware, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Tom Warland
A really nice low saturation film

This is a film that has a lot of warmth but low saturation. The Yellows and Greens are this film's strongest areas.

Shooting it with my Lomo LCA and getting it processed by Analogue Wonderland this week I have a film filled of warm subdued lighting that work really nicely for portraits and street photography in situations where there is strong natural light available. It will be interesting to try it on more overcast or wet weather days

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