A Fashionable Trio in an Aged LomoChrome Turquoise


Lomographer Jodie Cartman, a.k.a. @floorshow is no stranger to avant-garde editorial projects in analogue, even designing the props, sets, and headwear. This time, she takes the Wunsch triplets to a magic-realist photoshoot, shot with a seemingly expired roll of the LomoChrome Turquoise.

Credits: floorshow

An indoor studio photoshoot with meticulous props placed around the set is the usual trademark of Jodie, but this time, she takes the girls outdoors. The triplets are fashioned similarly especially with their hairs, but Jodie makes a visual distinction between them with clothing and accessories. Posing as fashion editorial models, the triplets also show their sisterly love for one another through body language.

Credits: floorshow

The floral theme is always in style. The detailed craftsmanship and handiwork on Wunsch triplets' clothes give the group portraits more texture to the images and variation of colors. Typically, blues, emeralds, and golds often dominate Turquoise-shot portraits especially with a fresh roll. Jodie's series showcases the LomoChrome Turquoise's various color-shifting properties with some adjustments to saturation: pinks, mints, and more pastel hues come about in this more aged and likely expired film.

Credits: floorshow

For more of Jodie's work, visit her LomoHome and website.

written by cielsan on 2021-11-09

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One Comment

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Hmm in my personal opinion i rather choose the normal color tone since lomo turquoise magic are like lomo purple and color infra red film without must using filter 🙌

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