The unusual ISO rating of the Washi D 35mm film (500) is matched by its unusual origins - that of a surveillance film used for military aerial recon missions and aerospace tests.
Expect high contrast, moderate grain, and a general spy feeling when using...
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High contrast and nice grain!
I love how the photo of the cat could be from last year or the last century given how washed out it is in places.
Under the right lighting conditions it performs very well
Interesting film with great detail, lots of contrast and surprisingly heavy grain in shadow areas. Shot with an EOS 600 and 50mm
The film is quite thin so needs care when loading into the developing tank
Possibly the coolest packaging (my son stole the canister straight away!) and quite happy with the results but this film was a right pain in the neck to develop. I'm used to nice robust HP5 which itself can be hard work to get a full 36 exposures wound on to a developing tank reel, but this washi film is about half the thickness of anything else I've use. It took forever to get onto the reel and kinked a fair amount.
Didn't ruin the experience too much, I'm happy with the shots that came out
First time using this film. I like the washed out look, excuse the pun. All greys, not too much contrast.
I used my Yashica Electro 35 with some of the experimental Russian Washi D film. Some pictures turned out really well, but I found some were underexposed. I would possibly recommend pushing/pulling the film or accounting for this when taking photos. It gives a nice grainy quality though. Really pleased with the quick turn around time though and the updates from the team. Will definitely continue to use AW for all my film needs.