Lomography CN 100 35mm: A Film for All Conditions


Are you new to analogue photography? Then you have to get this film to start your analogue life. This is one of my favorite color negative films which serve me with good photos and save me every penny.

Credits: guitarleo

Lomography CN 100 35mm is the cheapest film that I could get. I buy this film because of the cheap price. But I never get disappointed with the result even if it’s cheap. It still gives me sharp pictures with soft colors, which are all great moments.

Credits: guitarleo

I use this film on my LC-A+. This is a low ISO film, but with the light meter on LC-A+, this is never a problem. Just take a deep breath, don’t shake and move, click and hold for a second, then there will always be good results.

Credits: guitarleo

Using this film in the sunny day always gives you sharp image with great colors. For sure, just like normal color negative films, it is yellow when shot on a sunny day; the colors are natural when used on a cloudy day. With sufficient day light, all photos are in sharp, unless you selected the wrong focus.

Credits: guitarleo

When using this film in the indoor, the color will depend on the indoor lighting. Fluorescent lighting and tungsten lighting will give different results—maybe yellow or green in color. Low ISO film is not suitable for night shooting, but there’s always no harm in trying. If you think you don’t have steady hands, use a tripod. I did shoot in the night using a tripod, and exposed the film for more than 10 seconds. The results are still great!

Credits: guitarleo

Conclusion: I love this film, because of the output, and also because of the price. This is a must have film, and I do keep a lot of these films. It’s an all-condition film!

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.

written by guitarleo on 2012-01-20 #gear #film #35mm #review #color-negative #100 #lomography #user-review #requested #lomography-color-negative-film

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One Comment

  1. jochan
    jochan ·

    i have 4 rolls as my stock for CNY shooting..

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