If you have questions about what the hell XPRO is, then buy this film! The Lomo X-Pro 100 film! Sure do most of us still hang with that question "what is cross-processing? What is X-pro?" or "if I buy a Lomo camera, will my shots look like this if I buy a regular film in the shop?"
Color film versus slide film; these are the genuine tag-team inside our minds before we bake the film inside our cameras. And if you still wonder what the hell XPRO is, grab a LOMO X-PRO 100! Sure your questions won’t be answered but you’ll know what we mean after you processed your shots!
What’s so special about this Lomo film is that it’s bright, saturated, vibrant blue colors and unpredictable results are there to crunch in your special Lomo captures! With a lovely tuning of 100asa on-the-go with simple fine grain in most indoor shots, this film can entirely produce extravagant and superb colors! What more can I say? Vignettes can go out, too! Try this film out! Or better yet, try to view some of my sample shots! This film is nice! It is actually my favorite film of all time! I love how it shifts colors here and there! If the mother of Lomography is the queen Lomo LC-A, then this is the king of the cross-process: LOMO XPRO!
By the way, Cross-process means: a slide film can be processed via e-6 chemicals. A color negative film can be processed via c-41 chemicals. Now, most of the labs has C-41 processing tank/machine. So if you have this Lomo XPRO 100 from Lomography (which is slide film), you cook this suppose-to-be E6 chemical into a C41 machine! What will you get? Crazy colors! Now that’s what Cross-process is!