Lomography’s very own ISO 100 color negative film brings out the “lomo look” without being too over the top or crazy like slide film. Its sweet colours and a low price makes this a good buy!
Lomography Color Negative 100 is Lomography’s own color negative film means that the sky won’t go green or red. It’s more neutral, but still with a hint of unnatural color. Fluorescent light makes this baby border on green but I like it.
It’s not the best for indoors shooting because of the low ISO but it might work well with a flash or if you’re not going for super-sharp pictures! I have not tried it with a flash myself. Of course, it will help if you have willing subjects or inanimate objects in front of you.
Still, not too bad. If you want something unexpected and surprising, this is a good film for you!
It does very well outdoors, even at dusk. The details are quite lovely. Notice the trees and branches!
I think it’s the LC-A+ producing the slight vignetting but my LC-A+ doesn’t show vignettes on all photos or films, so I don’t know if this film has a hand in it, but I like it. It gives the photos a nice touch.
It works both day and night, if you just have a sufficient light source!
It’s a nice break from Kodak Ektar and Portra which are just picture perfect color negative films. This film will give you just a taste of “lomo” color and it’s a good start if you’re feeling unsure of slide films! Just remember, it’s a low ISO film, so use it on a sunny day!
Use Lomography Colour Negative 100 35mm film and you’ll be guaranteed images dripping with vivid colours, smooth grain, and fine resolution. Paired with a flash or under bright sunlight, this film will deliver breathtaking results. See our selection of Lomography films here.