It was a crazy idea to go to Rome for 3 days in January, and it was even crazier to wander around all day with 5 minutes of sun and 5 minutes of rain!! Thankfully I had the Lomography Color Negative 400iso with me, so I could shoot in any weather condition.
I was in Rome at the end of January and believe me that was not a good idea! The weather was changing every few minutes and the city just looked gloomy without any sun around.
Right on day 1, I decided to load up my Lomo LC-A+ with the Lomography Color Negative 400 iso film. That was a smart move! This film allowed me to shoot both in sun and also during sessions of clouds.
Also, this film allowed me to capture such blue skies!! I love the effect the skies and the clouds have on photos. I even sometimes only shoot the sky. The CN film not only captured the skies, but also produced such vivid blue hues that I’m glad I did not opt to shoot with a slide film on that day. The sky is so evident that in some of the photos, the structures look a bit on the dark side. But I did like that as well since it made some of the historic places look more prominent.
So now, Lomography Color Negative 400iso is my favorite film to shoot during gloomy and dark days!