35mm Color - Fuji ITn Color Negative! (Limited!)
35mm / 20 exp / iso 6! / no DX coding / Cold-stored expired / Process C-41
What is it!? It's Fujifilm IT-N - a film originally designed to make negatives from slides now available for your favorite 35mm camera!
A unique super low-speed stock that leans towards green! Yields unusual skin tones and great for night shots (if you can hold it steady!!) Give it a try!
How do I meter for asa 6? You must dial the asa manually into your camera or meter. If you camera can't be set to asa 6, you can dial in asa 25 and set your f-stops accordingly.
25 ISO with a +1 correction would be 12 ISO
25 ISO with +2 is 6 ISO
25 ISO with +3 is 3 ISO
Above: Night shot of The Strand on Fuji IT-N 35mm film. Holding steady(!) shooting iso 6!!!! The awesome Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens certainly helped to keep things steady. Lens mounted on the new-to-me Canon EOS Rebel Ti (recommended by pal Blia100!) Rock the low-speed! / Below: The Banana Chocolate Crepe Maker. Same specs as above. Both shots by Michael Raso in Ocean City, NJ.
Above: Self portrait by John Milleker / Below: Coca Cola (also by John) Both shot on Fuji IT-N! - http://www.johnmilleker.com/ - Used with permission