Want the gritty feel of black & white coupled with the convenience of handy 110 cameras? Lomography’s B&W Orca will make sure that you get your monochrome fix. Even if it’s small in size, it still packs a wallop! Welcome to Reviews on Rewind!
In the city or in the countryside, it’s a great format to have for just firing off shots that you aren’t sure will be worth using a frame of your precious medium format film on. If you aren’t sure about 110, just give it a go. You’ll have a whale of a time!
In a good sunny day, this film revealed its classic B&W tones. I don’t know if “classic” is the right word or not, but this is our first experience using 110 film and we absolutely love it!
Attracted by the possibility of using micro-cameras with 110 film, I decided to just buy and try a Lomography Orca 110 B&W film a few months after their launch. The results were even greater than I expected!
When I got the negatives back from development and saw the photos, I thought they really looked like they were taken by a fish out of water, but in a good way! I almost felt like an animal myself, snooping and snapping around town, and I think the “warped” and “colorblind” images reflect that.
And here we go, the photos are somehow a lot better. Higher contrast and things like that. In comparision to the other film, the first one looks blurred. From now on, I’m bringing my pocket film to dm. It couldn’t be easier.