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  • My First Experience with the Kodak EPH P1600X

    My First Experience with the Kodak EPH P1600X
    This is my first experience with this rare slide film, now out of production, but still great for Lomographers. This is a nominal 400 ISO slide film (process E6) that can be pushed up to 1600 ISO with a special development. I used it at 200 ISO because I wanted to cross process it, and because it was expired from many years. Read more!
  • Boots 200 Color Slide Film: Great Film and Great Value

    Boots 200 Color Slide Film: Great Film and Great Value
    A very cheap color slide film from Boots gives great colors, and is fantastic when either normally processed or cross processed. Learn more about this film after the jump!
  • All About 35mm Film

    All About 35mm Film
    We all know 35mm as the most ubiquitous film type out there, so what else do you need to know about it? Here's the lowdown on the most popular and enduring film format of all time!
  • Mixed Fun with Mixed Film Pack!

    Mixed Fun with Mixed Film Pack!
    Feeling bored to have all three same films in one box? I figured out how to make shooting with films more exciting when I found out about the new Lomography Mixed Film Pack for both 35mm and 120 cameras.
  • Agfa CT Precisa 35mm

    Agfa CT Precisa 35mm
    Agfa CT Precisa is a classic emulsion full of tasty color that crosses to green filled blues and contrasty reds! I've had mixed experiences with this old slide film, and I present them to you so you can decide -- is this THE classic slide film?
  • Shimokitazawa Train Station, Tokyo: Away from the Frenzy

    Shimokitazawa Train Station, Tokyo: Away from the Frenzy
    Tokyo is known for its hip, cool, new-age fashion and culture but take a journey into a suburban town just west of Shibuya to see where old meets new in a town molded by narrow and winding streets. The streets are lined by restaurants, bars, and clubs where aspiring musicians take the stage. Here in Shimokitazawa, hard work and endurance are not only seen in the lifestyle and the architecture but it can also be felt in the air.