First Post! this forum looks like it's very helpful and I've read lots of enjoyable content on here. anyway, I am currently shooting an 'old film noir re-creation' project, and am running into shooting problems. I am shooting at night in a loading dock/alley setting with the only light coming from the city and a lone flood light. Once I had my actors and spot all together, the shots looked theoretically great, but my mistake was thinking I could get away with shooting it all on 200spd film. (I love low speed film) with exposure times running at around 5-6 seconds with my actors staying still. Needless to say just about none of them came out. here are some example shots that are similar in lighting and style So I've decided to use the polar opposite and see what happens with a roll of t-max 3200. I've never shot such high speed film before, and given the circumstances do any of you have recommendations or tips on how to make this next roll work in my favor? thanks!