When cross processed, the Lomography X-Pro Slide reveals a grainy and chlorine melancholy that gives the pictures a lot of character.
When I saw the first the pictures I took with this film, I was surprised. I did not expect much grain from an ISO 200 film. I also did not expect such crazy colors and confess that this was the first time I was not happy with the result. I think that the sky gives the photos a special texture that enhances the image.
Some pictures of the film was shot with the LC-A+ and they came out blue. I do not know why, but here’s the proof. Compared with the same day, same light, and a big difference:
I suggest that you load your camera with this film and up your aperture and you will see more results.
Most artists prefer to show than tell, especially with their feelings. If you're among the subtle souls, you might want to try the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200, a 35mm art film for you your creative expression.
Lomography have teamed up with the Museum of London to offer you tickets to see the London Nights exhibition, a collection of over 200 works by 60 photographers that document London at night. You could also win some Simple Use Cameras and some groovy MOL merch too!
Welcome to our new series "Stories On Film", where we invite community members from around the globe to share their personal experiences with analogue photography. Discover Jorge Sato's story with the Lomo LC-A+ camera.
LomoAmigo Jonathan Chiang returns to the digital pages of the Lomography Magazine and had a quick chat with us about his experience with the Lomography Belair camera and the Lomography Color Negative 400 ISO 120 film.
Pop musician David Charles Fischer, short DCF, recently discovered his love for film photography. And since we can tell from his music that he isn't afraid to try something new and experiment, we gave him a Lomo'Instant camera to play with.
Lola Rossi is a French photographer capturing all at once the intimate inner world, the strengths and the struggles of the characters she illustrates in her work. In a new series of pictures shot with the Lomo'Instant Automat, Lola works with bold contrasts, colors and compositions, highlighting the intricate complexity of a generation growing up.