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Lomography Color Negative 100: A Film You Can Rely On

When you think of a 100 ISO film, you always think “Oh, well, that’s not a high-quality film.” This is not the case for the Lomography Color Negative 100, because it's a film you can rely on. Photos look amazing, because colors are gorgeous even if you overexpose.

Photo by yopanic

Last time I tried this kind of film was on my brand new LC-Wide and the results are stunning, because the colors are really vivid.

Like the other Lomography CN films (400 ISO and 800 ISO), the 100 ISO one is a film designed by Lomography for lomographers. This is because colors are especially studied for use with all lo-fi cameras in order to guarantee the cool, classic Lomo-atmosphere with vignetted corners. Color saturation will give a great vintage-like feel with all these amazing colors that will pop out from your pictures.

Color negative films are the most common you can find in shops, and they should be processed in C-41 chemicals. I said “should,” because you can cross-process your CN film in E6 (which is the chemical used with color slide films).

Cross processing your Lomography CN 100 film could be interesting, if you want to experiment and gamble about the result.

In conclusion, you should trust this low-speed film. If you shoot in bright light, results will be really cool!

Use Lomography Colour Negative 100 35mm film and you’ll be guaranteed images dripping with vivid colours, smooth grain, and fine resolution. Paired with a flash or under bright sunlight, this film will deliver breathtaking results. See our selection of Lomography films here.

written by yopanic


  1. has


    Great photos and article!!! :)

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  2. yopanic


    @has Thank you very much...!! :p

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  3. foodeanz


    I like all photos in this reviews especially No.3 in the first album because the signage is really cute..(*_*) hehehehe...

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  4. yopanic


    @foodeanz I was very lucky, because I randomly found that signal... :p

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  5. pearlgirl77


    wonderful pictures ;)

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  6. leicamaster

    How can people think 100 ISO film is low quality? It is the best ISO you can get before the film becomes too limiting (25, and 50)
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  7. itsdebraanne


    i want an LC-W sooooooooo badddddd ):

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  8. lgcorporativo


    Beautiful photos!

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  9. mahalo21

    HEllo, I previously used this film on a beach holiday however the colors turned out a bit dull on Fisheye 2. I'm going on another beach holiday soon and have this film and in addition I bought the Xpro Color Slide 200 ISO. Will be using La Sardina which I'm not sure what film would be best. I intend to get the Xpro Sunset Strip too! Xpro Chrome 100 turned out really well on Fisheye 2 though so a little confused.
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