My paternal grandmom's rice field

@Desa Drawati, Majalaya, suburb near Bandung, Indonesia. I don't know if "the real" cross process color tone of lomography x tungsten film are like this? I guess no because this one was process + scan at my previous old custom lab photo who (finally at the end I know) always edit the tone of the photo. I knew that after re-scan some of the cliche at my new custom lab photo. For example this one was the first very vibrant tone by my old custom photo lab and this one at my new custom photo lab


  1. onkel-m
    onkel-m ·

    nice album this is my favorite !

  2. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @onkel-m : Thank you very much for like & being the first comment at this photo =D Still lot of photo of the same roll to upload after I upload all of my double roll with Singapore & UK. With superb snail slow internet connection I have here, it take a month (perhaps =)

  3. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·


  4. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @wuxiong : Thank you very much for like & comment =D

  5. jasminfish
    jasminfish ·

    this is mind blowing!!! alice in wonderland?? would be cool to do a films swap with one of these.

  6. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @jasminfish : Thank you very much for like & yes, you should be there to be Alice =D I agree, this lomo tungsten are cool to be a filmswap, but since it's very rare & expensive (T-T) in Indonesia, I think I won't do filmswap with this film ^_^

  7. kitija
    kitija ·

    this is great shot!

  8. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @kitija : Thanks =D

  9. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Really great stuff.

  10. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @yerzmyey : Thanks =)

  11. seladon
    seladon ·

    I would like it even more without sprockets ! It´s brilliant!

  12. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Haha thank you @seladon