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My First Encounter with Xpro: Lomography X-Pro (35mm, 200 iso) User-Review

My first thoughts on the Lomography XPro film...

I’m not an expert on different kinds of film, especially when it comes to xpro and cross-processing! I only heard of it a few times from my lab, asking “Should we do E6 or C41 for these?” and my answer was “What’s the difference?”. And I tried cross-processing a couple of times with always yellowish, non appealing results.

Then I tried the Lomography Xpro film. My first rolls with that were dark as well… Not the thing I wanted. But then I started to get the hang of it!! I used it on a sunny day on my Diana Mini and I loved the results!!! Still I got some dark shots that weren’t so good but at least I figured out what I needed! LOTS OF LIGHT!!! Or flash when in doors.

I can’t say that I’ll get amazing results on my next roll, but at least now I know what can get wrong and when I should do, to do things better! And I have to admit, I love the colors that Lomo XPro film produces!!!

written by nural


  1. mariefisen


    I love nr. 9. Looks like a lot of fun :)

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  2. paramir


    I like the quite relaxed tones in these images. the mini and a 200iso film will need lots of light indeed...

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  3. kingnate


    #4 is beutiful

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