Curating Cuteness: A Personal 35mm Film Guide

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Katie from Taiwanese Blog Curating Cuteness compiled her documentation of her film photography journey through a helpful 35mm Film Guide.

In this post, Katie compares the performance of all the film she has used and divides them between outdoor light source and indoor light source. She also disclaimers that her entry is by no means a professional guide but more of a recount on personal preferences and a documentation of experience.

Included on her list are some of Lomography's signature films:

Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400

Classic high ISO for monochromatic lovers. Get yours!

Lomography X-Pro 200 ISO 35mm

Slide film that packs a lot of citrusy punch!

Lomography Color Negative 100 ISO 35mm

Classic color negative for daytime escapades. Try it!

Lomography Color Negative 800 ISO 35mm

Indoors or outdoors, this film delivers impeccable results.

Lomography Redscale XR 50-200

Warm up your photos with honey tones. Load up and see for yourself!


See more of Katie's 35mm Film Guide here and Lomo On!

written by crissyrobles on 2017-11-11

5 Comments

  1. mtsteve
    mtsteve ·

    This is a nice breakdown :)

  2. aronne
    aronne ·

    Some pics taken with the redscale are blu! BLU? Why?

  3. gelagoo
    gelagoo ·

    Been following this website for a while. She has great photos and her site have a nice homey feel to them. <3

  4. norayr
    norayr ·

    so pity that right now curatingcuteness.com does not work. I follow Katie for years, she inspired me to make a blog with categories for films and cameras. I first found her on flickr, and luckily her flickr stream still exists: https://www.flickr.com/people/duringmyheyday/
    I hope she will restore her website soon.

  5. norayr
    norayr ·

    ok i found her new blog katieshootsfilm.com/

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