1. zekalinova
    zekalinova ·

    Whoaa great photos! how could you get these dazzling blue color in your photos?? :)

  2. wil6ka
    wil6ka ·

    @zekalinova it is just the expired film crossed :) and what a surprise it was. I have waited to shoot it for a long time and now I was gratified for my boldness to have used it for the right content...

  3. zekalinova
    zekalinova ·

    oh i see but it still a breath-taking photos that you proceed..really really nice work! :)

  4. fototrotter
    fototrotter ·

    Correction, the film is not crossed, it is meant to process in C41 chemicals.
    It's a film made to duplicate color negatives into slides, it's a negative emulsion (to turn the existing negative back into a positive) on a clear base. The emulsion is extra blue sensitive to compensate for the orange cast in color negatives and also the Tungsten light which was used in the duplication equipment.
    You can clear out the blue-ish casts with yellow-orange filters and reproduce colors closer to the real life colors.
    Iso for this film is rated between 6 and 12 normally.
    I bought a bulk roll of this film myself and am very eager to go out and experiment with it.

  5. wil6ka
    wil6ka ·

    thanks @fototrotter - but I think I will stick to the blue :)

  6. fototrotter
    fototrotter ·

    @wil6ka Sure, the bue is amazing... I just processed my first tryout roll, the negatives are bright green and the film seems underexposed, even at iso6... More experimenting needed, I guess.
    What is the base color of your SO-279 negatives?