The MIB Session

Can anybody tell me what happened here? I used Lomo Lady Grey film and an orange filter to add contrast. I was really dissapointed when I saw the result. The pictures came out all grainy and the numbers from the paper are visible. Only explanation I could think of was the light falling in from the little window at the back of the camera. Any ideas?

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3 Comments

  1. artichekt
    artichekt ·

    Oh! Ein Zombie! :-D

  2. colagold
    colagold ·

    Same promblem with Lucky film www.lomography.com/homes/colagold/albums/1869582-ermitas/ph…
    I think the problem is that the white paint from the paper detaches and sticks to the film.

  3. moodification
    moodification ·

    @colagold: Hey, thanks for the comment! That's what we figured, too! Must be some kind of production defect ...