Lomography CN 100 35mm: A Lomo Look!

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Lomography's very own ISO 100 color negative film brings out the "lomo look" without being too over the top or crazy like slide film. Its sweet colours and a low price makes this a good buy!

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Lomography Color Negative 100 is Lomography’s own color negative film means that the sky won’t go green or red. It’s more neutral, but still with a hint of unnatural color. Fluorescent light makes this baby border on green but I like it.

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It’s not the best for indoors shooting because of the low ISO but it might work well with a flash or if you’re not going for super-sharp pictures! I have not tried it with a flash myself. Of course, it will help if you have willing subjects or inanimate objects in front of you.

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Still, not too bad. If you want something unexpected and surprising, this is a good film for you!

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It does very well outdoors, even at dusk. The details are quite lovely. Notice the trees and branches!

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I think it’s the LC-A+ producing the slight vignetting but my LC-A+ doesn’t show vignettes on all photos or films, so I don’t know if this film has a hand in it, but I like it. It gives the photos a nice touch.

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It works both day and night, if you just have a sufficient light source!

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It’s a nice break from Kodak Ektar and Portra which are just picture perfect color negative films. This film will give you just a taste of “lomo” color and it’s a good start if you’re feeling unsure of slide films! Just remember, it’s a low ISO film, so use it on a sunny day!

Use Lomography Colour Negative 100 35mm film and you’ll be guaranteed images dripping with vivid colours, smooth grain, and fine resolution. Paired with a flash or under bright sunlight, this film will deliver breathtaking results. See our selection of Lomography films here.

written by lighttomysoul on 2012-01-11 in #reviews #color-negative #lomo-film #lomo-cn #requested #lomography-cn-100-35mm #35mm #lomography #user-review

One Comment

  1. blinghaha
    blinghaha ·

    Love the snow (splitzer?) photos, great tip icon the film too, shall have to try it out!

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