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I ve hoped these results would be without colour...

alexes Taken by alexes with a Minolta X - 300s loaded with Kodak BW400CN film in Bruchköbel, Germany. These tags describe this photo: warm, frühling, spring, sunny, bright, bubble, seifenblase, reflection, mirror, hand, purple, b/w, white, black, iso400, cn, 400cn, bw, kodak, x300s, minolta, seligenstadt, bruchköbel, and alexes. Date: 2013-03-09. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Purple Experience // Kodak b/w 400CN.

8 comments

  1. superlighter

    superlighter

    yes! ;-)

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  2. kimpy05

    kimpy05

    great album! I actually like the color. Does this film really turns out this way or is it just an accident along the processing?

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  3. sobetion

    sobetion

    Great!!

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  4. sobetion

    sobetion

    Great!!

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  5. atria007

    atria007

    yeahhhh great capture!!!

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  6. kleinerkaries

    kleinerkaries

    nice!!!

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  7. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    Wonderful album!! The purplishness is from chromogenic film being scanned in colour. It's designed to be scanned in B&W. Here's a really abused roll of Ilford XP2 C-41 B&W, scanned in colour by accident... http://www.lomograph(…)-amp-w_film Enjoy!

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  8. alexes

    alexes

    @kimpy05 sorry for my late answer. before I scanned it the film hadn t so much colour. the next time I ll scan it in b/w.
    Thanks for your tip @herbert-4

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