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This is my first foray into X Pro and I must admit I was very disappointed when I opened my prints this morning. There are a few that are belters (Lidl's) but I would like HELP from X PRO experts. I've done a bit of wee research and looked at the negatives which have ll the detail and are not blown out. I forgot to tell the lab not to colour correct. Is this why they are like they are? Any opinions or experience of the same would be great. But in Lomo culture making this mistake has led to a couple of cracking shots.

blanches_nickelodeon This photo was shot on film. Taken by blanches_nickelodeon with a chinon cx loaded with Kodak Elitechrome EBX film (available in our Online Shop) in The Black Isle, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: auto, colour, correct, color, xpro, cross, process, slide, scotland, and highlands. Date: 2012-07-19. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album x pro HELP please!.


  1. knipsomat


    Just go for a scanner and maybe you should try to underexpose the film before crossing... ;)

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  2. blanches_nickelodeon


    @knipsomat Thanks. Yes... thinking about a scanner... next question is which one. Epson V500 seems to be a popular one amongst Lomos.

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  3. sobetion


    Great color :)

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