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Luscious Lomography X-Pro Slide!

This film is intended for a whopping cross-process in your nearby labs. I bought this Lomo X-Pro with a 200 iso for a great deal with colors and fun. What I got: mind-blowing images!

The first start of Lomography to publish a film is on the introduction of Lomography X-Pro 100 iso. That is some Agfa CT Precisa repackaged, tinkering some contrasty bluish discoloration on people’s skin, but resolving a greater amount of hues once the blue sky is being captured. But what about this great Lomo X-Pro 200 iso? It’s packed with wonderful colors. The film canister itself says that it has to be processed in C-41 chemicals! I soaked my film over my single-lens reflex camera, took some pictures of it and I got a nicely done cross-processed images. I can basically go to a really high contrast of reds, greens, and yellow.

But the images do not simply follow how Fuji Chrome films or Kodak Chrome films would contrast a picture. In short, this Lomography X-Pro 200 iso has its very own attitude!

What I like:
1. High contrast images
2. Great, unpredictable colors
3. Produces grain sometimes
4. Perfect in either outdoor or indoor shots
5. Cross-process perfect!

What I don’t like:
1. None at all

You see, this film is great when it comes to unpredictable results. I do really like my images after I sent this film to the lab. For amateur and novice Lomographers out there, this film is definitely worth a try especially when you don’t have any idea what “cross-process” is and all you just want is some high contrast, lovely color images. Lomography X-Pro 200 iso is definitely for the win!

written by ethermoon

4 comments

  1. toradatanglagi

    toradatanglagi

    anyone tried develop this slide film with E6? i wonder how i'd be :D

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  2. pulex

    pulex

    @toradatanglagi: yes, mephisto19 did it. check this out!

    http://www.lomograph(…)ot-cross-it

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  3. srmarcus

    srmarcus

    I've just processed my first roll ant the result is amazing! good film!

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  4. nazicole

    nazicole

    What camera is that you're using? :)

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