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Lomography CN 400 120 Review

The Lomography Color Negative 400 (120) is a great film no matter how the light conditions are. There is nothing to be said against trying it!

The Lomography CN 400 was my very first film I used with my Diana F+ . I chose it because it’s one of the cheapest films you can buy in the Lomography shop .

This film is a very versatile one. It can be used in many light conditions, on sunny days, cloudy days, in rooms… I am absolutely a beginner with analogue photography (except in my childhood when I photographed with an automatic camera) and I am also a clumsy person. That’s why I sometimes confounded the aperture settings. It happened that I used the full-clouds-aperture when the sun shined. But I had never got results which were over- or underexposed. I can definitely recommend this film to beginners!

And don’t forget the vibrant colors. The pictures always look good.
I have no real scanner, but rather photograph the negatives with light behind; after inverting, my pictures have a blue cast. I don’t have much experience, but in comparison with some negatives I had of yore, it is really easy to remove this cast with image processing applications.

All in all, you won’t make a mistake, if you’ll buy this film. The colors, the variety and the low price convinced me.

written by pfingstroeschen

1 comment

  1. kingt4

    kingt4

    Good looking film.

    almost 3 years ago · report as spam

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