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Get Lost in Colorful Wilderness: Magnificent Tree Photographs using the LomoChrome Purple

Who says tree colors can only fall under the green family? See stunning photographs from the community featuring purple leaves, barks and twigs after the jump.

Nature has always been a popular subject among photographers. There’s just something captivating with seeing the lush greens and rich foliage that inspires creativity and appreciation of it’s beauty. Featured in this series are photographs of trees shot using the LomoChrome Purple XR Film.

The LomoChrome Purple enriches the effects of your favourite Lomo camera and yields amazing results. Trees have different characteristics and tell different stories. Joyce Kilmer said I think I shall never see. A poem lovely as a tree. She’s right, but try shooting with the LomoChrome Purple and show her a different kind of lovely.

Want to take photos like these on your own? A brand new batch of Lomochrome Purple 35mm and 120mm are available for pre-order in the Lomography Online Shop! But you better hurry, because there are only 10,000 rolls of film available! Click here for more details!

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Lastly, make sure to visit our other LomoChrome Purple-themed galleries!

Photos of Architecture Shot Using the LomoChrome Purple

LomoChrome Purple Snaps Taken Using the Diana Mini and Diana F+!

Surreal Double Exposure Shots Taken with the LomoChrome Purple

Picture Perfect Portraits Shot Using the LomoChrome Purple

It’s Just a Purple Dream World with the Lomochrome Purple!

Awesome Shots of Scenery Taken with the Lomochrome Purple

Stunning first photographs from the Community taken using the Lomochrome Purple

written by cheeo

1 comment

  1. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    I wish LSI would license and have produced Aerochrome III, except, to make it stable for consumer usage, they would have to make it slower, like ISO 50-100... PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!!!!

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