Whether you have an LC-A or LC-A+, you should always be ready with one or two films that are best for the lighting condition you are shooting with. If you're out to take snapshots on a sunny day, we bring you some suggested films to feed your LC-A cameras for guaranteed awesome photos!
If you’ve read about our recent announcement, we’re excited to bring you another new series for the Reviews section, called “Reviews on Rewind!” In this monthly series, we’ll take you back to some of the best reviews on selected films, cameras, and accessories previously published in the Magazine. Whether you’re on the lookout for the hottest analogue goodies to try or simply interested in what others have to say about a film or camera, we hope this series will be a helpful resource for you!
For the first installment, we’ve put together a list of films you ought to try when shooting with the LC-A or LC-A+ during daytime. We scoured the Magazine for some interesting reviews of films loaded on the iconic LC-A cameras and shot on a bright, sunny day!
Great colors and contrasts with Lomography CN 100 (35mm, 100 ISO)!
Lomography X-Pro 100 Review by pim_g
In sunlight, you must have this film. It thrives in the right conditions!
Lomography Redscale XR - I like! by lomodirk
What a film! I have to confess that I never was a big fan of redscales…Yeah, of course, sometimes there have been some really cool results which delighted me but mainly I wasn`t fascinated by film switching.
This is the slide film I love the most because it produces the most vivid color and strong corner vignettes!
Fuji Sensia 400: Great for X-Pro by jeyku
Fuji’s Sensia 400 is a slide film perfect for cross processing. Now that I’ve discovered it and the colours it can capture, it’s the default film for my LOMO LC-A+!
How about you, what do you prefer loading on your LC-A cameras for a sunny day shoot? Tell us about it with a comment below!
Reviews on Rewind is a monthly series where we feature some of the best reviews on selected films, cameras, and accessories previously published in the Magazine. If you’re on the lookout for some films or analogue gear to try, or just curious about what people have to share about their own experience, this series can be of help to you!