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First roll with my new LC-Wide and a few thoughts come to mind 1. Wtf happened here? 2. Why did I let drunk people use my camera? 3. I definately need a new scanner 4. I obviously hadn't figured out the 'double click' part 5. I remember again why I normally only use 200 or 400 ASA film 6. That was a good party 7. Thank god for censorship DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY THIS SHOT IS YELLOW?!

pinkpix This photo was shot on film. Taken by pinkpix with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Color Negative 100 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Leiden, Netherlands. These tags describe this photo: yellow, test, lc-wide, werk, work, naturalis, and cn. Date: 2011-10. This photo can also be found in the album LC-Wide - test roll.


  1. nike-liscaljet


    that is indeed reeeaally jellow, but I like it.
    I sometimes get pictures slightly miscolored (purple or dark blue) when the selected area in the scanner is somewhat larger then the negative, because it makes up for the dark space around the negative or even the neighboring negative, or something. Does that help you? Or did this happen to all your pics on the film? Or is it just your yellow flash filter hanging in front of your lens? ;)

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  2. pinkpix


    @nike-liscaljet As it turned out, it was my scanner. After this, it went okay for one roll, but then it scanned everything with a yellow hue. Calibrating didn't make any difference. Such a good excuse to buy a better one :)

    almost 3 years ago · report as spam

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