After making a review of Lucky Super 200 was published I thought why not review another Lucky And this time it’s the Lucky SHD 100. A Black and White Film that gives you Lucky result!
Since my early days of Lomography with Fisheye 2, I always use this film. My friend then tell me a joke that I was an ambassador from the Lucky company. Well oh well, it’s my fault that I always promote this brilliant Black & White film. As you notice this film gives you a really nice level of contrast, but a bit of grey which gives the monochrome images entertaining. If you underexposed it you’ll get a more pronounced black and if you got bored with that, you can then overexposed it and for sure it will give you a slightly grey tint in your images.
So if you have tested the 120 format of this film, then you must try the 35mm! Just remember, Lucky Film is for Lucky Lomographers :)))
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