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Trip to Lisboa

Trip to Lisboa

This was the first time that I tried a tungsten film and I was really suprised when I looked at the prints. I did not expect such a shocking pink. Also some of the pictures look more like silkscreen prints than photographs. I don't know what the lab did with my prints, but for some of them I quite like the effect. Has anyone ever experienced such a result? Maybe I will scan the negatives when I have an appropriate scanner to see what they look like. So long, hope you enjoy these (:

grinningcat This photo was shot on film. Taken by grinningcat with a Canon Canonet 28 loaded with Lomography X Tungsten (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Lissabon, Portugal. These tags describe this photo: x-pro, cross-processed, tungsten, lissabon, lisboa, summer, sun, pink, and grinningcat. Date: 2012-05. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Lisboa pt. 1_Lomography X Tungsten.

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  1. anthropus

    anthropus

    wow!

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