Photography Tip How To Get Grain Free Photos With Film. You want to use the slowest speed film that you can find. For example, Velvia 50 speed film. With your light meter determine what is the normal exposure for the subject that you are capturing. Set your camera shutter speed or F-stop to overexpose by one stop. This is the best way to get grain free pictures. When you take your film for processing make sure the lab can pull your film one stop. Addition I usually ask for no color or density corrections. This is how to get grain free images when using film. You will also get deep solid black shadows that will not be milky.
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