Revisioning Colors of Reality: Photographs by severinegodissart

One of the things that make film photography stand the test of time in this digital age is how it presents colors spontaneously. Even with normal color negative formulas, there are just so many ways to manipulate and temper the hues of captured memories, like in the work of Lomographer severinegodissart and the captured realities of the momentary and fleeting.

Credits: severinegodissart

The daily life portraits and photographs play around with light and manipulating colors of nature and reality. Severinegodissart uses multiple ways to make these candid and simple images look more fantastical, dreamy, and even more like a time capsule through other film techniques and emulsions.

Credits: severinegodissart

Light leaks, color filters, natural cuts and slices of light through visual composition pair up nicely with films like Lomography's LomoChrome Metropolis film, LomoChrome Purple film and Revolog.

The framing of the photographs is also carefully crafted. The use of double exposure technique, using geometry and symmetry, and mirrors, make the subjects more elusive.

Credits: severinegodissart

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written by cielsan on 2021-02-13 #people

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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