Mixed Fun with Mixed Film Pack!

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Feeling bored to have all three same films in one box? I figured out how to make shooting with films more exciting when I found out about the new Lomography Mixed Film Pack for both 35mm and 120 cameras.

It was a bright sunny day when I was just alone in my green-painted room, surfing the Internet while trying to have the assignments done. Suddenly, as I was about to go to the internet to buy films via online, I figures out that Lomography has introduced this new Mixed Film Pack. I thought it was just nothing, not until I read its full description. Guess what: the pack comes with a color negative film, color slide film, and black and white film. My day just turned to be very awesome with my smile right after that.

I quickly ordered it via Lomography Online Shop and I really could not wait until it arrived. My patience paid out—about 5 days later, my new Mixed Film Pack was in front of me. I did not need to buy three different packs to have three different kind of films. They were all in one pack! How exciting! I was able to shoot stunning color negative, brooding black and white, and vibrant X-Pro photos all for the price of one film pack!

I quickly grabbed my legendary LC-A+ and loaded it with the Lomogprahy X-Pro Chrome, while for the fine Color Negative 100 ISO, I used the Diana Mini. The results were pretty amazing!

For all Lomographers out there, I strongly recommend that you guys to try this Mixed Film Pack! You will not know how great it is until you try it!

Who says film is dead? Lomography’s got its very own emulsions to keep the fire burning! Visit the Shop and see which Lomography film is right for you.

written by isyraf on 2012-03-13 in #reviews #color-slide #mixed-film-pack #mixed-film #lomography-film #black-and-white #user-review

2 Comments

  1. simonh82
    simonh82 ·

    Great photos and a good article, but I don't understand why you would buy a mixed film pack. You are charged the price for a pack of three slide films, but you get a colour negative and black and white film which are much cheaper normally. There is a reason lots of people complain about Lomography being over priced and this doesn't help.

  2. isyraf
    isyraf ·

    Thanks for your comments. I know it is kind of overpriced, but I just wanted to have all three kind of films without having to buy 3 rolls of each kind. Lomo On!

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