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Fuji Sensia 100: Surprising When Cross Processed

The Fuji Sensia 100 is really a great slide film for lomographs. It's like a surprise gift bag that produces great photos when cross processed--you'll never know what you'll get!

The technology of the slide film Fuji Sensia 100 was derived from another slide film, the Astia 100F. It might be more appropriate for amateur photographers.

This film is like a surprise gift bag when it comes to cross processing—you do not know what you’ll get! The first experiments with the Sensia have really impressed me. The colors are very warm and have great contrasts, and everything from brown, violet, yellow, pink, to red is there. The sky is bathed in a mixture of blue and violet.

Take a look at the photos below and see for yourself!

The photos were taken with a Lomo LC-A +. The results may vary depending on the developer.

When it is developed in E6, which I did not do until now, it should be very fine-grained and show very neutral colors. I particularly liked this film when combined with a wide angle camera or lens.

The Fuji Sensia 100 is really a great “Lomo film.” Fuji has stopped production, but it is still available.

Fuji Sensia 100 35mm yields lovely results no matter how it’s processed. When cross-processed, Fuji shots have huge contrast and a total colour shift towards green & cream, blue, or even pink – depending on your developer. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.

written by m23 and translated by lighttomysoul

2 comments

  1. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    This was the first film I tried to cross process, I was expecting bluey-green, amazed at the red colours!

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  2. uncle_jay

    uncle_jay

    Just got myself a roll, expired 7 years ago. :)

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