35mm BW Film - Kodak Kodalith (Vintage Stock 1-Roll)
BW / 35mm / 20 exp / 6 asa / Process: BW
Expired 1981 / Hand-Rolled by The Film Photography Project. Recommended you shoot at asa 6.
Kodak Kodalith will give you a unique, BW image with an amazing range of blacks, greys and whites! Two thumbs up from The FPP!
What is Orthochromatic Film?
Orthochromatic photography refers to a photographic emulsion that is sensitive to only blue and green light, and thus can be processed with a red safelight. The increased blue sensitivity causes blue objects to appear lighter and red ones darker. A cyan lens filter—which removes red light—can be used with standard panchromatic film to produce a similar effect. More here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthochromatic
How do I meter for asa 6? If you are not using a hand-held light meter, dial iso 25 and then open two f-stops. Some cameras (like the Canon EOS can be set to iso 6)
above: Mat Marrash poses with his 8x10 Tachihara camera - shot on Kodak Kodalith 35mm film by Michael Raso / Image below by Alex Luyckx shot with a Nikon F4 and a AF Nikkor 35mm 1:2D lens on FPP Kodalith Type 3 6556 at ASA-12. Developed in Kodak Xtol (1+1) for 6 minutes at 68F
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