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So i purchased a Superheadz Ultra Wide & Slim on ebay for £3 and invested in some Lomography xpro chrome! as its meant to be the best film to xpro but all my shots are as per usual with xpro E6 films are heavily over exposed! how do i prevent this! im using a point and shoot you cannot physically alter the aperture and shutter speed!

chilledvondub This photo was shot on film. Taken by chilledvondub with a Superheadz Ultra Wide and Slim loaded with Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 (35mm) film in Horsham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: superheadz, ultra, slim, wide, lomography, chrome, xpro, 100, horsham, sunny, overexposed, summer, jessops, lab, epsom, and scan. Date: 2012-07-21. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Introducing the "Superheadz Ultra Wide & Slim".

5 comments

  1. iandevlinphoto

    iandevlinphoto

    why dont you just shoot a stop underexposed? i dont dabble into xpro alot but its worth a try?

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  2. chilledvondub

    chilledvondub

    @iandevlinphoto I would usually on a metered camera like my bronica/Olympus/canon/yashica etc but this camera has a fixed aperture and fixed shutter speed you physically cannot alter the exposure settings unless you run around with a light meter find the perfect spot you'll never be able to definitely expose the perfect shot! I was contemplating push/pull processing the film but if you push it you get heavy contrast and extreme over exposure and if you pull process you get grain and distortion it's horrible. Then again I don't really get a long with lomo films or point and shoots

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  3. iandevlinphoto

    iandevlinphoto

    ah right, have a go with the pushing and pulling it'd be interesting still up for a colab on a roll of sensia? double exp

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  4. chilledvondub

    chilledvondub

    @iandevlinphoto yeah absolutely i have no chemicals at the moment all my c41 chemicals are exhausted and my black and white chemicals are in just as bad shape id shoot a film this weekend and get in contact if i shoot landscapes you could do subjects and textures maybe?

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  5. iandevlinphoto

    iandevlinphoto

    sounds good!

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