Uncrossed: Lomoslide 200 (120, 200 iso)


I did what Lomographers often do – the opposite from what is written on the package and guess what, the risk that comes with it wasn’t bad after all!

What rule of Lomography shall count now? The “don’t think” one? Well, we as Lomographers often do the opposite and call it cross processing, torture films and do some (funny) experiments and so on… So now I did something so simple that I am wondering, why it has not been done before: I developed a slide film as as it is – on E^6. The new Lomography Lomoslide 200 is a great film and I am very pleased with the results! Light blueish notes when you wash it normally. They very refreshing to see with the eyes, beautiful!

So forget about the rules (and what is written on the package) and process your slide films in E6 chemicals from time to time!

written by mephisto19 on 2010-07-28 #gear #pinhole #slide #120 #review #mephisto19 #200-iso #e6 #lomoslide #diana-multi-pinhole-operator #lomography-slidefilm #user-review


  1. coldkennels
    coldkennels ·

    #2 is a stunning photo.

    To be honest, most of the time, I develop my slide films in E6. It gets such great, rich colours that I've stopped using color negative films for most things.

    Of course, this is the AGFA RSX emulsion, so it's bound to get great results in E6. Well worth it if you can find a place that does E6 locally.

  2. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    Nice! me i've done the opposite of your opposite, but by mistake :P


  3. trash-gordon-from-outer-space
    trash-gordon-from-outer-space ·

    Develop slide film in E6 – now he's gone completely crazy!

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