Different Cameras with Lomography Color Negative Film

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When using different cameras with Lomography Color Negative films, I wondered what kind of result I would get. Do you want to take a look?

Firstly, I used Lomography 120mm 400 ASA Color Negative film with my first camera, the Diana. I was very satisfied with the results. This was the first time I took photos with the medium format and I was successful!

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I used Lomography Color Negative 400 ASA 35mm film with the Spinner 360° which my mom had given as a birthday present to me. There are several results:

Credits: bomboniera

Afterwards, I bought La Sardina which I had seen at Lomography Gallery Store İstanbul and I had loved. I got these results with using Lomography color Negative 400 ASA :

Credits: bomboniera

When I used La Sardina with Lomography Color Negative 800 ASA film these were the result:

Credits: bomboniera

I attended workshop in Sprocket Rocket, and I was so pleased with using the Sprocket Rocket I immediately bought one that week. I used Lomography Color Negative 400 ASA film and these are some results:

Credits: bomboniera

I love the result that I used Sprocket Rocket and Lomography Color Negative 800 ASA film :

Credits: bomboniera

written by bomboniera on 2013-02-21 in #reviews #analog-photography #35-mm-films #analog-photos #camera #film #color-negative #tips #120-films
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3 Comments

  1. marta1901
    marta1901 ·

    I think the sprocket rocket shots are great!!! :)

  2. bebopbebop
    bebopbebop ·

    love the sardina and sprocket shots :)

  3. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    somehow the cn 800 result looks like a slide film, so interesting!

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