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Try out Fuji's Tungsten light balanced film for some massive blue color casts in your Lomographs!

Tungsten balanced film like Fuji T64 was used back then by professional photographers to correct color when shooting with tungsten lights. For Lomographers however, they are used more if you want some crazy blue color casts! It give your photos a cool, tinted, muted look akin to classic movies! Of course different lighting conditions give off different colors so go wild: try out a tungsten roll and don’t think. Just shoot!

written by cruzron

7 comments

  1. lolfox

    lolfox

    Fuji T64 is an interesting film but it appears to me that it has changed in the last few years... when i first used it some years ago the results came out with an overall green cast, quite similar to Provia 100 or Velvia 50.... Last year i got a new batch in and was suprised to find the results were full of strong reds yellows and purples, much like velvia 100..... even in the gallery here you can see there is a fair variety of colours and i don't think it can be explained by lab colour correction.
    I dont know if fuji have changed the T64 formula of it was something else that caused such a marked difference

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  2. renaishashin

    renaishashin

    Looks unique! Gonna try it soon :D

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  3. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    yeah this is a film i must try! :-)
    btw, is this blog post win a 5 piggy points for publishing if the photos come out in the top? :-)

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  4. dirklancer

    dirklancer

    This is one of my favorite films - especially on very sunny days~ :)

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  5. lomosexual_manboy

    lomosexual_manboy

    Yes there are multiple formulas for this film. They have type I and type II as well as older and newer batches of at least the type II. I love shooting this stuff because you can get totally different results by how you expose it and what lighting you use. 64iso films have a lot of character.

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  6. lolfox

    lolfox

    Thanks lomosexual_manboy thats interesting to know...

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  7. breakphreak

    breakphreak

    like it :) thought there also is a Kodak 64T as well - totally different, also cool

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