Lomopedia: Lomography LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400


While infrared films like Kodak Aerochrome have been discontinued, you can still enjoy that IR effect with LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400. Capable of producing stunning results, the emulsion is actually a regular color negative film which gives that infrared look without the bother of having to use additional filters or special developing chemicals.

LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400

This clever film produces these picture-perfect photos totally naturally! See the photos yourself below and be awed. Production for LomoChrome Purple is currently on hold so make sure to subscribe to our newsletter for updates on when it will be available again!

**Photos Taken by Our Community Members

Credits: vitality, sixsixty, jeahh, maykel, dreamseller, shoujoai, sandravo, gauthierdumonde, sweetyyydreams & earlybird

Technical Specifications

Type: Color negative film
ISO: 100-400
Exposures: 36
Developing: C-41 (one-hour photo labs)
Others: The first Lomography film to produce infrared-like results. For use with all 35mm cameras

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written by denisesanjose on 2013-08-05 #gear #infrared #review #color-negatives #35mm-films #120-films #lomochrome-purple #lomopedia #lomochrome-purple-xr-100-400

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