On a sunny Saturday at the end of March 2020, I had the idea to try out Film Washi S, an ISO 50 sound recording film in the field. I love sunny Saturday mornings. A few days before, I had already made some shots in the house in my Minolta 9000AF, mounted with the Sigma […]
A few months ago, from intrigue, I ordered a bevvy of different types of Washi film. There are two types at the moment. One type is made from delicate Japanese paper. The other type is a hand-rolled sound recording film. I have intentions on writing an article for EMULSIVE from my experience with the paper-based […]
The film cassette label states that the S stands for Sound Recording Film. I wondered how a film designed for making movie sound tracks would fare in conventional photography.