35mm BW Film - Svema Blue Sensitive (1 Roll)
Svema Blue Sensitive 35mm Black & White Film / One Roll / iso 6 / 24 exposures
Svema film hand-rolled by Michael Raso from 2000 ft cinema reels in the FPP Studio Darkroom.
Svema's Blue Sensitive comes to you on a snazzy lavender base with an ISO of 6. Svema Blue Sensitive has a creamy glow and pleasing results.
This blue-sensitive black-and-white film needs to be shot in daylight or using a flash/strobe. Avoid using a yellow filter or shooting in tungsten (indoor) light.
How do I meter for iso 6? If you camera can't be set to iso 6, you can set your meter iso to 25 open 2 f-stops.
above: Shot by long-time Film Photography Podcast listener August Kelm on Svema Blue Sensitive 35mm bw Film/ Yashica FX-3 Super 2000 set to 1/8 of a second, an adapted Helios 44-2 lens at wide open (f/2), and a cheap $10 monopod!
Above: Skin tones on Svema Blue yields a pleasing "tan" or "chromey" look. Canon FTb / Canon FD 50mm f1.2 lens / Vivitar 252 flash / Processed in Caffenol (Harmony Blend) - Below: Keystone area of Whidbey Island by Lorraine Healy - shot with Pentax K1000 on tripod with cable release.