My lab couldn’t scan the x-pro lomo film...but the B&W version is not bad at all!

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2 Comments

  1. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    Yes, quite good result. My lab once scaned my velvia roll B/W. And after discussion with them, they rescaned it. However, almost all my crossed films are scanned with some part overwhite washed,Is it because the scan machine not designed to work crossed films? No idea....<:)

  2. blancarleal
    blancarleal ·

    qué chula!