Faded Glory — LomoAmigo Ennuh Tiu Shoots with the LomoChrome Metropolis

Shooting with film is exciting as it is challenging. Working with light gets tricky even when done in favorable conditions so shooting with film in the dark poses its entirely different problems on its own. While others may see that as a disadvantage, LomoAmigo Ennuh Tiu sees it as a challenge and an opportunity.

Shot by Ennuh Tiu with the LomoChrome Metropolis

Ennuh chose to use the new LomoChrome Metropolis film on her recent shoot to test its nighttime capabilities. Armed with a flash and accompanies by a willing subject in the form of Dead Kids cast member Jan Silverio, Ennuh set out to capture images that are both unapologetic and edgy — traits that are shared by both the photographer and her film of choice.

Shot by Ennuh Tiu with the LomoChrome Metropolis

This photo set showcases the range and adaptability of the LomoChrome Metropolis. With its muted colors (and its wild color shifts) displayed out in the open and striking effects pushing its way out of the frame, this brand new color negative film will definitely pave the way for more creative analogue experiences. Take a page out of Ennuh's book and be bold with the new LomoChrome Metropolis.

Model: Jan Silverio
Clothing: Tiediet
Styling: Shayne Lopez
Photographer: Ennuh Tiu

We would like to thank Ennuh for letting us feature her images in the Magazine. Follow her on Instagram to see more of her creative exploits.

written by cheeo on 2020-03-12 #gear #people #lomochrome-metropolis #ennuh-tiu #dead-kids #jan-silverio

LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400

This film comes with a unique chemical formula specifically developed in our Lomography film manufactory, which desaturates colors, mutes tones and makes contrasts pop.

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