...can anyone tell me...

...what went wrong? My lab did the scans for me and I have the impression that they messed up something. The negatives look all quite the same - as far as the colour is concerned. Look at what happened with the scans?!?
Did anyone make a similar experience with the Tungsten?

7 Comments

  1. neja
    neja ·

    tungsten is weird one to scan....

  2. artichekt
    artichekt ·

    @neja obviously .... but why?!?

  3. neja
    neja ·

    I have no answer, i am affraid...
    But i experience similar problems, and with alomo slides, too

  4. grazie
    grazie ·

    great photo! I kinda agree with neja. I have trouble scanning tungsten and lomo slides especially lomo chrome 100 but really can't trust the lab too

  5. missdelilah
    missdelilah ·

    I love this picture :) great photo!

  6. 7520
    7520 ·

  7. mrmaart
    mrmaart ·

    same here @artichekt, i've tried many ways to scan the tungsten films. they all come out different. and some minilab scanners like the SP300 the lomolab is using, create tones we could never create with our home negative-scanners like the epson V600 or so. for example this horizon picture is scanned manually - www.lomography.de/homes/mrmaart/photos/18784683. and this lc-wide picture is scanned by the lomolab minilab scanner. same film, same sunny conditions but different tones. www.lomography.de/homes/mrmaart/popular/photos/16571294.