After writing a tipster on how to tame your Lomography X-pro 200, I realized there's one tip that needs more explanation and more photos. Now I will try to give you all quick tips about Orange Is Yellow. Here's how to turn yellow flash into Orange photos!
Orange Is Yellow!
It’s not really a secret or something you can’t try, but this one is easy and simple. All you have to do pair a colorsplash flash or Fritz the blitz flash, or any flash you have on your hand, and just put the yellow filter on it. After preparing the yellow flash, the next move is just put your trusty Lomography X-Pro 200 into your camera. As I mentioned earlier this tipster is like a continuation for my tips How to tame your Lomography X-pro 200 so I recommend to try this tipster while using this film but if you want to try with another film and get different results as this, it’s up to you! Surprise me with your different results here!
So if you have the camera ready loaded with Lomography X-pro 200 and the yellow flash, you’ll be ready for some Orange Is Yellow!
So are you ready for Orange Is Yellow! Come on try this quick and easy tips!
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