Tungsten at dawn turned out orange :)
From a black and white film pushed to 1600 iso i swapped to a 64 iso speed film. On a cloudy December afternoon.. I thought I was doomed, it turns out they are awesome!! Some picutures look a little blurred, because of minute shaking on my part (2 seconds exposure, wanna see you try and stand still THAT long) but overall I consider it a win. The blues get very saturated, the overall light gets yellowed and pinks and reds abound. Lovely colours.. (XPro)Taken by blablabla-anab with a Minolta X-300 loaded with Lomography X Tungsten film (available in our Online Shop) in Lisboa, Portugal. These tags describe this photo: 64, december, dawn, pink, lisbon, orange, tungsten, x-300, portugal, xpro, and minolta. Date: 2011-12. Time: Dusk. This photo can also be found in the album #14 Minolta X-300s / Lomo Tungsten 64.
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