Lomography CN 100 35mm is usually overshadowed by other Lomography films. But if you love rich colors in your picture, you really should try it.
Lomography CN 100 is a film that received less attention compared with other films. Being an ISO 100 color negative film, It is overshadowed by other outstanding lomography films. Though I have tried many other films, it is not until last month that I finally tried the Lomography color negative 100.
Last month, I finally decided to test my LC-A+ with a roll of Lomography CN 100 35mm. I just casually snap some pictures when I go out. To my surprise, Lomography CN 100 partners with LC-A+ very well. The colors of the pictures are quite rich and vivid. Though comparing with other ISO 100 films, it may be a bit too rich.
Under bright sunlight, the blue sky is so “blue” but the details of the clouds are well preserved.
When it is cloudy, the colors of the photos still look great and bright.
How about indoors? I know I should better not use an ISO 100 film indoors, but I have to say that the result is not bad, right? Of course it will be a little bit grainy under low light condition as expected. But with a large aperture, it works.
I think if you like pictures with rich colors, you surely would like the results of Lomography CN 100. If you want to emphasize and enrich different colors in your pictures, Lomography CN 100 will help you deliver that. Lucky that I tried this film around Christmas, it did help deliver the festive atmosphere, didn’t it?
For me, I will definitely try to use Lomography CN 100 more on different cameras to see how it will go with them!
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.