Unsensitive to red light, orthochromatic films are similar to the first plates and rolls of the XIXth century. With high contrast and fine grain, they are very nice for portrait photography.
This is the original Washi Film, hand coated on Moriki Paper's Tosa Washi (Kozo). With high sensitivity to blue, less to green and no sensitivity to red light, this film gives best results with urban, portrait and still life photography. Film "W-25" is available in sheet-films and 35mm, but also in 120 or 620 formats. Watch here how to process it.
This processing tool is made specially to process Film Washi 135/120 "W" & "V" in Paterson or Jobo compatible tank. Watch here how to use it.
Film "A" is a black & white film used as leader and protection during the reproduction process of motion picture films. It is sensitised to record technical data and offers a very fine grain and a very high contrast.
Film "B" was originally made for generic medical radiography and has been converted to regular sizes. Being sensitive only to blue light, "B" is recommended for portrait and urban photography.
Film "G" was originaly made for generic medical radiography and has been converted to regular sizes. Being sensitive only to blue and green lights, "G" is recommended for landscape photography.
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