Here is a short review on the Lomography Lady Grey B/W film and how art can be made with it using a green-yellow filter and a camera.
At first I wasn’t quite sure why I bought this film. I bought 3 packs, meaning 9 rolls of film. I think the main reason I bought this film is because I wanted to try it since I love black and white photography.
One day, I took one film out, put it in my camera and I went outside. It was sunny, so I wasn’t very happy at first because I wanted some grain. So I went underground, a nice place to use this film. Better – the perfect place:
Basically, this film works in daylight as well as in the dark. I took a picture of a lady passing by with her child and my camera was set for 100 ISO exposure, but the picture turned out to be nice (regardless of the fact that it is blurry because I moved the camera). I’m glad I used the filter for this combination.
I love the photos I came up with after using this film and I think it’s perfect for street and portrait photography. It’s the best film for your analogue cameras and every lomographer should try it. On top of everything, this film is worth every cent and I’m glad I bought plenty. The pictures I took confirm my thoughts. I’m in love with Lady Grey.