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A Taste of Earl Grey

When it comes to black and white films, I often go for Ilford or Lucky. Lomography Earl Grey 100 was actually recommended by the staff in the camera shop and I bought it without hesitation thinking it would be fun to give it a try.

When it comes to black and white films, I often go for Ilford or Lucky. Lomography Earl Grey 100 was actually recommended by the staff in the camera shop and I bought it without hesitation thinking it would be fun to give it a try. I always love to load my Sprocket Rocket with black and white film for the nostalgic touch, and no exception for this time.

Photo by evon_t

No doubt Lomography Earl Grey 100 is such a sweetheart under the bright sunlight. I absolutely love the fair amount of fine grains on the portraits and subjects are nicely exposed with.

Multiple exposures seem to work well with this film as well. Some shots I took are over-exposed and the subjects can barely be seen anymore but for those that are not, I am pleased with the results.

For indoor places with sufficient light source, the photos look good even though they were not taken in bulb mode.

Indoor places with dim lights and long shutter speeds are most probably my favorite combination when using this film.

Lomography Earl Grey 100 is not hard to achieve a decent photo because it works well under different lighting. You might need to go for Lomography Earl Grey 100 for the higher ISO if you think that the grains are too fine. All in all, the result that Lomography Earl Grey 100 achieved is pretty cool, give it a try if you are into black and white photography or just mainly for your curiosity!

written by evon_t

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