35mm BW Film - Let It Snow (1 Roll)

  • $9.99


LET IT SNOW!
1 Roll / 35mm / BW / 24 exp / 100 iso
  / Process BW

A unique BW film from the Film Photography Project, Let it Snow offers fine grain and beautiful monochrome images. 100 iso – perfect for all 35mm cameras including compact point and shoot cameras – no DX code needed.

Based on our famous Svema Foto 100 emulsion, Let it Snow dries flat and scans beautifully for a singular look with precision clarity. With a spectral sensitivity of 750nm, Let It Snow will produce breathtaking landscape images when shot using a #25 Red Filter over your lens.

Let it Snow 35mm BW film from the Film Photography Project – it’s the perfect choice for consistently detailed unique photos…no matter what the weather!

  • Fine grain BW 35mm Film
  • Polyester base produces flat film for scanning
  • Perfect for all 35mm film cameras
  • Ltd 2021 Edition Film

INFRARED SENSITIVITY
The spectral sensitivity of Foto-100 is expanded into the near infrared range of the energy spectrum. Its spectral sensitivity to up to 750 nm. Due to its very fine grain, its explicit detail rendering and its ability to be processed at low contrast, this film is producing low grain and very low noise when scanned. The film should be handled in near to complete darkness.


Notes from Svema film shooter Leslie Lazenby:
"Let It Snow has a thin polyester base, is panchromatic, is true 100 speed and dries super flat. I home-processed in Xtol stock - 7 minutes @ 68 degrees, 5 seconds agitation twice every minute. (Michael Raso's home process has been Kodak D-76 - stock - 6 minutes @ 68 degrees)"

Where can I get this film processed?
You can process yourself (Get a formula using Svema Foto-100 as the emulsion HERE!) or send it out to our fav lab TheDarkroom.com or your favorite photo lab!

Photos shot by  La fille renne
Canon AE-1 Program / Canon 50mm f/1.8 / Svema Foto 100

Additional photos by Mark O'Brien

Keep your film Light Tight! This film stock is subject to "light piping" when exposed to room light. Please load in dim light and store in a dark camera bag before and after shooting. If storing your film in fridge, freezer or home shelf, store in a light tight bag as well. What is light piping? Read our blog by Leslie Lazenby. As with all of our films being shot using vintage cameras, your results are not guaranteed.


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