While we all await for Ferrania's Chrome 100 and Kodak's Ektachrome revival, there's a new E-6 process film soon to grace analogue lovers.
Welcome Rollei's "Vario Chrome", a warm-toned, medium to high-speed color reversal film meant for low-level daylight and other light sources. The film is being produced by Maco Direct, the German distributor which also produces films under the Rollei brand.
" Rollei Vario Chrome has a medium degree of sharpness, its image results are characterized by a slightly visible grain and a warmish image tone. As the name of the film suggests it has a broad exposure latitude from 200 to 400 ISO (DX coded at 320 ISO). If you intend to project the slides we suggest to shoot the film at 200 ISO whereas 320-400 ISO is preferable for scanning applications."
The pre-sale of the film will begin next Monday, July 3; shipping will be between July 10 and July 14.
Remember Vincent Moschetti's "Film Dating' Quiz launched last Valentine's Day? The quiz garnered enough data from those who took the film-compatibility test and showed the film stocks almost everyone's in love with.
Combining his love for creative photography and a passion to live life to the fullest, Louis Dazy creates some of the most beautiful images we have ever seen on film. Learn more about his craft and the ideals he swears by in this short interview.
Mark Heuß is a full-time photographer, media artist, color grader and self-declared camera nerd, who has tested the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens. In this interview, he shares his experience with us.
This coming August, ten photographers from Whidbey Island, including Lomography Community's Lorraine Healy (@lorrainehealy), will be showcasing a diverse selection of visual works---from film photography to lithography.
Come and celebrate with us as we present the new Chrome Plated Edition of our acclaimed Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens. There will be parties, events, exhibitions, and try-out sessions in selected locations around the globe that you don’t want to miss!
For the "Cinematic Images" competition, Lomography and the Indie Street Film Festival called to see some of the most unique photographs, balanced between cinema and still photographic styles, using elements of classic and contemporary cinema. Let's check out the winners!