EBS Purple Filmwap with @erdalito

Filmswap with @erdalito. What an awesome one! thank you! :) Lomochrome Purple exposed on both sides of the film. ;)


  1. fragakis_p
    fragakis_p ·

    So inspiring!

  2. smolda
    smolda ·

    @fragakis_p Thank you so much! I love how it turned out. :)

  3. smolda
  4. troch
    troch ·

    Super cool! congrats to you and @erdalito!

  5. smolda
    smolda ·

    @troch Thank you so much! :)

  6. lalouve
    lalouve ·

    awesome album! ...and i always wondered how that film would come out as ebs. thanks so much for sharing! :)

  7. smolda
    smolda ·

    @lalouve Thank you so much! 😊 You need to expose the film twice. First expose normally and then flip the film to the "redscale" side and expose again. You can find articles about DIY redscale film here on Lomo. 😉

  8. lalouve
    lalouve ·

    @smolda thanks a lot for the skill-sharing! I did several DIY redscale films already, but never i tried it with a lomochrome purple film. I'm so happy you

  9. lalouve
    lalouve ·

    ...i'm so happy you've shown us the outcome. I'll definitely try that as well! :)

  10. smolda
    smolda ·

    @lalouve Sure, it's my pleasure! I'm looking forward to seeing your results. 😉

  11. lalouve
    lalouve ·

    By any chance, do you remember the asa settings you chose for both sides? :) @smolda

  12. smolda
    smolda ·

    @lalouve For my part, which was the "redscale" pink side, I shot 100iso I believe. Some frames even 50iso when I thought it was needed. As every redscale is light hungry, you have to make sure not to underexpose. The normal side was shot by @erdalito, so I'm not sure what settings he used. I would shoot 400iso when it's bright outside. Or 200iso when needed. :)

  13. lalouve
    lalouve ·

    Thank you so much for your gentle & professional support, dear @smolda :)

  14. smolda
    smolda ·

    @lalouve Sure, I'm happy to help!!! :) Let me know, when your photos are out. ;)

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