Lomography Slide 200 120: From Green to Blue


Want a slide film for your medium format camera, where nature is greener and the skies are bluer? Load some Lomography Slide 200 120 and see your photo gradient from green to blue.

The first thing that I love about the Lomography X-Pro Slide 200 120 that I have used is the burns on the left side of the first shot. I used my Diana F+ on both rolls but on different ocaasion, place and time. The first one at Wawa Dam in Rodriguez, Rizal at early afternoon and the second at Escolta, Manila at almost sunset. They are definitely not leaks from my camera, but I like them.

I noticed it gave me green photographs on a normal exposure, which I think what X-Pro Slide 200 should be when cross-processed. It is good for nature shots where green trees should really be green.

But when used to shoot a little over exposed, the output tends to shift to bluish.

It can even give a saturated color to a pinhole shot exposed for almost 45minutes.

I have tried few other slide films for my Diana F+, and the Lomography Slide 200 120 will surely be my favorite!

The new Lomography X-Pro Slide 120 is made from the original Agfa RSX 200 emulsion. If you want whacked out colors, huge contrast, and insane saturation, this film is for you. See our selection of Lomography films here.

written by icuresick on 2012-02-13 #gear #blue #film #pinhole #review #green #icuresick #requested #mama-chits #side-burn


  1. lomolover16
    lomolover16 ·


    I just got my first lomo camera and the guy at the store gave me 3 rolls of slide x-pro 200 35mm film for free.

    Do I still need to ask the lab to cross process it? I'm a bit unsure here

  2. gboy
    gboy ·

    Yes, tell them it's a color slide film and ask them to cross process it if that's what you want. If you're new to using slide films, you might want to see first the results when they're processed normally and not cross-processed. Just so you'll have a point of comparison in the future.

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