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Agfa Agfachrome RS 100 Plus Pro (120, 100 ISO)

Blue and green images produced by a film that is not manufactured anymore.

Photo by abcdefuck

The one and only roll of Agfa RS 100 Chrome Plus I have ever used was sold to me by a photographer. In addition there was a lot of other great films I bought. It paid off Sunday morning to crawl out of bed inhumanely early. The film was the first medium format film I’ve cross-processed…I had been waiting for the opportunity for a long time.

When I had to go to Paris to visit relatives, I jumped at the opportunity.

Photo by abcdefuck

I thought for a long time about which camera should I plug it in and then decided to go for the Lubitel 2. It turned out to be a good decision. Without light or a trained eye, I always use the Lubitel exposure table with symbols of the Lubitel 166 +.

The colors are gaudy and typical for cross-processed contrasts. In this film, the blue and green light are especially so. Due to the age of the film, about 10 years old, the results were very grainy because they were expired.

written by abcdefuck and translated by jcyx243

1 comment

  1. stevek

    stevek

    cool colours!

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