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Voitlaender Vchrome (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

Voitlander Vchrome 100 at Porto: A slide film, which makes beautiful and warm photos.

I bought this film and I didn’t know how it was because I never heard about it. I found this film in a blog of a guy who sells expired films at very low prices. I use this film in a little walk that I made with some Lomographer friends in Oporto at a day that we agree to join for a walk called Lomo Safari. Basically, we go around, at this case at Oporto and we just shoot everything like what Lomography says.

I liked the results, a lot. The photos turned out with a tones of red, orange and with a little grain that made some of my images look vintage. The roll have a great power to catch the light around us. For me the photos gave a very cozy look at Oporto.

written by janidays


  1. lomosexual_manboy


    Interesting results. I really like the bridge shots especially. Kinda has a sensia feel to it at times.

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  2. paper_doll


    great shots! i agree with lomosexual_manboy, it does have a sensia feel to it. very nice work! (olha eu noutra review! ahah)

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  3. u-t-e


    Love the colors and the tones!

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  4. eyecon


    Wow - so many nice shots! Congratulations....

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  5. babo


    If Sensia is a very good red wine, then this one is a late bottled vintage Oporto wine. Its suited for different meals but tastes just as good! Love the crisp red, the great contrast and the subtle grain! I guess I`ll start to buy from photo-film also :D

    (Tugas ao poder!!)

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  6. janidays


    obrigada :) thanks everyone *

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  7. stouf


    The shadow of the bridge in shot 10 is perfect ! And all the gallery is beautiful ! Congrats !

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  8. afd_lsi


    Great results. That film gave amazing reds, It looks like a redscale.

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  9. breakphreak


    interesting... next time try the same redscale maybe :)))

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  10. zulupt


    Love the colors!!!

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