Fujichrome MS 100/1000 120

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A slide film that does not produce crazy color shifts when cross-processed!

I had this roll of film cross processed by Lomography’s LomoLab developing services, and the results are cool. They are not too crazy, but have a more grayish bluish tone to them. These pictures where taken late at night in a low light situation with my Holga 120 CFN, and they still have great contrast.

written by aprilrich427 on 2011-07-22 in #reviews #120 #blue-tones #washing-machine #girl #lomography #holga #fujichrome-ms-100-1000 #user-review

3 Comments

  1. niko_fuzzy
    niko_fuzzy ·

    miss this film. :(

  2. siriusshawn
    siriusshawn ·

    This article was helpful. I just started to cross-process with this film and my shots turned out the same way.

  3. eliefabs
    eliefabs ·

    If anyone needs to fill out a ms 100, I found a blank form here: pdf.ac/9aWrIw

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