Filter effects on Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400 films were investigated. The films were developed by C-41 (Colur Negative) and E-6 (Colour Positive) process.
Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400 films were sent by cool parcel as same as Kodak Aerochrome. And I felt the question, "Lomochrome Purple and Kodak Aerochrome are same?”. Aerochrome have several features: AR-6 or E-6 process, infrared sensitivty, filter effect, high fading rate… I try to investigate the developing process, filter effects and infrared sensitivity.
Film: Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400 35mm Exp. 01/2017;
Camera: Nikon F3/T;
Lens: Ai-S NIKKOR 50mm f1.4;
Filters were as follows
Skylight Filter: L1Bc 52mm Nikon JAPAN;
Green Filter: HASSELBLAD/63 3xG -1.5 MADE IN GERMANY;
Yellow Filter: TIFFEN PHOTAR #8 YELLOW 2 SERIES 8 USA;
Orange Filter: HASSELBLAD/63 4xO -2 MADE IN GERMANY;
Red Filter: TIFFEN SER.8 25 RED1 USA;
R64 Filter: Kenko R64 SR-64 72mm;
R68 Filter: ROCOLAX 82mm R68 Taiwan;
R72 Filter: ROCOLAX 82mm R72 Taiwan;
R76 Filter: 82mm IR76 (760nm) Taiwan;
C-41: Saeda Camera Shop, Hiroshima, Japan;
E-6: National Photo, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan;
Scanning: Noritsu (C-41), EPSON GT-X970 (E-6);
Date: 18/5/2014(C-41), 25/5/2014(E-6); Time: 17:00-17:30(JST); Weather: Fine;
Photos are shown on the albums:
No images could be taken by IR76 filter.