A Guide to Lomography Films and Formats

Whether you're an analogue newbie, a pro photographer, or an aspiring filmmaker, Lomography offers a wide range of film to cater to your creative needs. Here's the complete lineup of Lomography films in 35 mm, 120, and 110 formats.

Lomography Color Negative 100

For vivid colors, fantastic sharpness, and smooth fine grain, the Lomography Color Negative 100 is your best bet. At 100 ISO, this emulsion works best in the sunny outdoors—but that doesn’t mean you can’t get remarkable results indoors or in low-light conditions as well.

Credits: coca, tomkiddo, primula, vicuna, heavenkot, mafiosa & andrejrusskovskij

Lomography Color Negative 400

A highly versatile film, Lomography Color Negative 400 in 35 mm film and 120 film dazzles with its bold colors and stunning sharpness. Each roll of this sought-after Lomography film guarantees great results under sunny or cloudy conditions, outdoors or indoors–a must have for the all-around shooter.

Credits: vorona, ccwu, neja, vicuna, warning, tyler_durden & neurodiaz

Lomography Color Negative 800

Is ISO 400 not fast enough? The Lomography Color Negative 800 has your back! Available in both 35 mm film and 120 film, this high-speed Lomography film works well in different lighting condition–a suitable partner for those hungry for low-light shooting and fast-moving subjects.

Credits: pinkbutterfly, albeelee, xsara, jennson & pearlgirl77

Lomography Redscale XR 50-200

Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 is the first redscale film in 35 mm and 120 film that has an extended ISO range which allows flexibility and unlimited creative possibilities. Shooting at a high ISO yields intense fiery colors that gradually goes lighter as the ISO setting goes down. Want some intense red and orange hues? Set the your camera loaded with the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 to ISO 200. Aiming for a bit of cool blue and green tones in your image? Set it as ISO 50. Either way, images shot with the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 will exude a lovely retro feel.

Credits: earlybird, jeabzz, cryboy, grazie, ck_berlin, fruchtzwerg_hh, gnarlyleech, ganeshnamozhno & dakadev_pui

Lomography Earl Grey 100

In the mood for monochrome? Pair the Lomography Earl Grey 100 with your favorite 35mm or 120 film cameras for photographs with deep black, bright white and soft shades of grey. With its fine grain, the Lomography Earl Grey 100 suits those who wants to add class and drama to their studio portraits and sunlit photo sessions.

Credits: earlybird, aexel, andrejrusskovskij, coca, tranety-huang & colagold

Lomography Lady Grey 400

Shoot classy black and white photographs day in and day out with the versatile Lomography Lady Grey 400. At ISO 400, this Lomography film delivers smooth grain, stunning tones and all the speed you need to capture action and great low-light shots. Available in both 35mm film and 120 film format, the Lomography Lady Grey 400 will add a touch of elegance to your photos.

Credits: i_am_four-eyes, dida, gocchin, mephisto19, ccwu, derekfm & grazie

LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400

Based on the highly popular Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film, the LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 offers intense, infrared-like color shifts without the hassle of using additional filter or special chemicals. The LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400, which is available in 35 mm film and 120 film, lets you explore the color spectrum like you never have before. Blue becomes green; green becomes purple; pink becomes yellow; and red tones stay red, which keeps the skin color almost natural-looking. While its extended ISO range allows for unlimited creative opportunities. At ISO 400, the LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 produces darker hues that grow paler when it's shot at lower ISOs.

Credits: florinegarcin, neneohcs, twonapsaday & theleanover

Lomography B&W Orca 100

In 2012, Lomography single-handedly resurrected 110 photography with the introduction of Lomography B&W Orca 100, the first film in 110 format to be manufactured since 2009. It might be small in size but its high quality guarantees snapshots with great depth of field and excellent results even at short focal length. This black and white 110 film is rated at ISO 100 and should be developed using traditional black and white processing.

Credits: atria007, mapix, kneehigh85, primula, juansupergen & blikka

Lomography Color Tiger 200

Lomography's first color negative in 110 film format, Lomography Color Tiger 200 is an all-around film. At ISO 200, it excels at rendering daytime scenes with punchy colors. And like its namesake, the Lomography Color Tiger 200 works great at capturing nocturnal adventures with a little help of flash.

Credits: susielomovitz, lienchen, bebopbebop, mapix, biciclettaverde & kibs

Lomography Lobster Redscale

Another first from Lomography, the Lomography Lobster Redscale is the only redscale emulsion available in 110 film format. A perfect film to make copper-colored pictures with a flaming glow, it has a warm personality that will brighten your days with ultra-vibrant snapshots. Although rated at ISO 200, the Lomography Lobster Redscale has wide exposure latitude: Exposed it at ISO 400 for richer, darker hues or at ISO 100 for muted colors.

Credits: cryboy, grazie, kleeblatt, sobetion & frauspatzi

LomoChrome Metropolis

Ideal for your urban jungle shoots, the LomoChrome Metropolis is created with a special formula that desaturates colors and mutes tones! Our tip? Try to incorporate a red detail in your subject to make the contrasts pop!

Credits: vicuna, gheinz & koduckgirl

Berlin Kino 400

A cinematic black & white film inspired by the New German Cinema sweeping through Berlin in the 1960s. The Berlin Kino 400 was originally used to make moody monochrome movies, its gorgeous black and white tones lend a timeless effect to cinematic scenes.

Photo: charreel, Marie Yako, rmdetoyato

Fantôme Kino ISO 8

Go low with the ISO with the Fantôme Kino. Rated at ISO 8, this black & white film brings a dramatic flair to your photos—deep shadows and high contrast that evoke a classic Film Noir look. Everyday scenes take a theatric turn with this emulsion!

Credits: evansabahnurd, hiroakiohno & lomography

Babylon Kino ISO 13

Capture glamorous grayscale photographs with the Babylon Kino. With an ISO 13 rating, expect soft tonal contrasts even in super bright scenarios with this panchromatic film.

Credits: analogdaze, stevejack0, ksreichert & fernandosciotto

Potsdam Kino

The Potsdam Kino delivers fine grain and subtle contrast. Rated at ISO 100, this poetic cine film is a good choice for sunny days and detailed scenes.

Credits: mausmitkrawatte, lomographynyc & lomography

Bet that got you excited to shoot some photos! Swing by our online shop or one of our worldwide gallery stores to stock up on film.

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LomoChrome Purple Film 100-400 35mm

This unique color negative film will astound you by transforming natural tones of your photo into new eye-popping hues. A revival of the psychedelic infrared look from the Kodak Aerochrome film we all love, this film guarantees astounding photographic results.

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