I have always wanted to try Revolog Kolor Film, but for the mean time, I tried out a DIY substite.
Revolog is a film company that sells hand-made special effects film. Among their roster, I have always wanted to try the Kolor Film, which produces photos with transitioning shades of different colors. Below is a sample image.
People have hypothesized that this is a merely pre-exposed film. While I am yet to try the actual film, I decided to experiment on double exposure to achieve the similar effect.
Using PowerPoint, I simply prepared a slide and changed its background color to one of the presets. Then, I connected my laptop to my television for a bigger display.
I loaded a color negative film onto my SLR camera and photographed the screen, with one stop underexposure. This was done repeatedly for the entire roll. Then, I reloaded the roll in my LC-A+ and took snapshots with it. Although the results are not exactly the same to that of Revolog’s, some of the photos actually turned out nicely. I hope you try it!