Washi X 400/135 Maskless CN Film

I was really sad when I found out this film has been discontinued by its manufacturer. (Actually, I’m still sad about it).Β  Look at the beautiful cinematic effect seen on these photos.

Washi X 400/135 Maskless CN Film - via Miu Vermillion Photography Blog

If you follow my blog, you might have seen this place in one of my previous posts. See the whole lot of difference your choice of film can make?

Washi X 35mm Film // analog photography - via Miu Vermillion

It’s hard to believe this film was originally created for road traffic surveillance.

Washi X 35mm Film // analog photography

In case you are wondering, these images are less grainy than most photographs shot using Washi X because it was processed in C41 at 4 minutes.

Washi X Maskless CN Film - via Miu Vermillion Photography Blog

At the moment, I still have two more rolls left in my fridge, and I’d like to use them for an upcoming fashion shoot.

I will process the first roll just the way I processed this one, and process the other one as slide (C-4) to create more saturated and warmer images.

Washi X Maskless CN Film - via Miu Vermillion

Washi X Maskless CN Film - via Miu Vermillion Photography - testing various analogue films

Washi X 35mm Film // analog photography

You can learn more about this film by reading this data sheet).

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